Clemson Football Injury Report


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<font class=caption>Brian Mance should be ready to go for the NCSU game.</font>
Brian Mance should be ready to go for the NCSU game.

CLEMSON -- Clemson starting offensive guard T.J. Watkins had an MRI at
Mountain View Medical Services in Seneca and the results were
negative. Clemson trainer Danny Poole said Friday that Watkins has a
sprained knee and that he should be able to play in the October 13th
NC State game. He suffered the injury in the middle of practice on
Thursday.


Wide receiver Tony Elliott had surgery earlier this week to
have a screw put in his broken wrist, an injury he suffered in the
Georgia Tech game. He will be out four to six weeks due to the
injury.


Defensive back Brian Mance, who missed the last third of the
Georgia Tech game due to a sprained knee was back at practice on
Thursday and should play against NC State.


Eric Meekins, who has also been slowed by a pulled hamstring
and sprained knee, also should be ready to go for the NC State game.
Nick Eason was in a yellow jersey recovering from a sprained ankle
this past week, but should be back at practice on Monday.


The Tigers will not practice on Friday and will not return to
the practice field until Monday.

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