Whitehurst On His Arthroscopic Surgery

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Charlie Whitehurst holds 40 Clemson school records.

Clemson, SC-Clemson quarterback Charlie Whitehurst had arthroscopic
shoulder surgery on Thursday morning. The surgery was performed
by Clemson team orthopedic surgeon Dr. Larry Bowman at his office in

Whitehurst will rehab the shoulder for two weeks, then should
be ready when Clemson begins bowl practice December 17. The Tigers
will learn of their bowl destination and opponent this coming Sunday.

"The surgery was minor and I should be ready for the
beginning of bowl practice," said Whitehurst, who holds 40 Clemson
school records. "We talked as a family about the situation over the
holiday and we decided this was the best time to have the surgery. I
look forward to playing my final game for Clemson, then will play in
the Senior Bowl."

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