Quick notes from first bowl practice

by - 2012-12-08 12:40:25.0
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On Saturday morning, the media was allowed to watch the first 20 minutes of Clemson’s first practice for the bowl game with LSU. Here are a few quick notes:

- DB Darius RobinsonDarius Robinson
Jr. Cornerback
#21 5-10, 175
College Park, GA

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(broken ankle) was not in pads but did participate in stretching and light exercises on the side.

- DB Martin JenkinsMartin Jenkins
Jr. Cornerback
#14 5-10, 180
Roswell, GA

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(hernia) was in full pads and appeared ready to practice.

- DB Bashaud BreelandBashaud Breeland
RS So. Cornerback
#17 6-0, 195
Allendale, SC

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(abdominal injury) was in full pads and appeared ready to practice.

- DB Jerrodd Williams (broken ankle) was not in pads but did participate in stretching and light exercises on the side.

- QB Tony McNealTony McNeal
RS So. Quarterback
#12 6-0, 195
Chester, SC

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(ACL) was in full pads and ran through all the warm up drills with all other QBs.

- RB Andre EllingtonAndre Ellington
RS Sr. Running Back
#23 5-10, 195
Moncks Corner, SC

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and LB Tig Willard both practiced in green jerseys. No obvious sign of injury and could be just precautionary.

- The team started their stretching period with the Christmas classic "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year" playing over the loud speakers.

We will have more from practice later today when Dabo Swinney talks to the media after practice.

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