Hobbs Suffers Injury

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Clemson, SC-Clemson forward Chris Hobbs, a member of the ACC
All-Rookie team last year, suffered a torn plantar facia of the left
foot during an individual workout on Wednesday, September 5 and will
miss the next four weeks of individual workouts. The injury to
should not force him to miss the beginning of team practice on
October 13th.

Hobbs was Clemson's fourth leading scorer last year with a
7.3 average and he led the team in rebounding with 6.3 per game. He
was the leading freshman rebounder in the ACC last year and led the
Tigers in field goal percentage with a .566 figure. He recorded six
double doubles and scored a season high 28 points against Virginia in
Littlejohn Coliseum. He averaged 8.6 points and 7.3 rebounds a game
in ACC play last year.

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