Swinney updates injuries after Louisville game

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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney talked to the media on Monday morning for his weekly teleconference and had the following news about player injuries.

"Chris Register we think is getting better," Swinney said. "Probably will evaluate him on Monday. Ryan Norton is improving. He will be out for sure for the Notre Dame game. We don't think he will be ready for that, but he is getting better. He is rehabbing and doing everything he needs there so we will get him back at some point. Same thing with Dane Rogers. It's a big week for him as far as getting better. We will re-evaluate him on Monday to see what his status is for the Notre Dame game. We feel good about Jake Fruhmorgen. He's just got a PCL sprain or injury. He should by next Monday be back in practice. Not anything he had surgery on or anything like that. Joe Gore was able to come back and finish the game. He is sore in his right ankle, but same thing. We will get him better this week. He should be ready to go. Everybody else is good."

Swinney on D.J. Reader: "I haven't talked to him and don't have an update at this point."

Ammon Lakip will complete for the kickoff job this week according to Swinney.

Players of the game were Wayne Gallman, Kevin Dodd, Cordrea Tankersley and Greg Huegel.

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