Mike Williams sustains neck injury

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Clemson receiver Mike Williams suffered a neck injury as he hit a padded goalpost while scoring a touchdown in the first quarter vs. Wofford today. He was moving extremities and was taken to Oconee Hospital in Seneca.

Swinney on Williams' condition during his halftime interview: “They think he’s OK. … Don’t want to take any chances but so far, so good."

Williams had two catches for 20 yards on Saturday.

TigerNet.com will update Williams' condition when we get more information from the Clemson SID.

Update: Mike Williams continues to undergo tests at the hospital. He is standing and has full use of extremities. Tests will continue today.

Williams had 1,030 receiving yards and 6 TDs last season and 77 catches for 1,346 yards and nine touchdowns in his career.

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