Tigers Finish Preseason Camp in Good Shape


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Clemson, SC-Clemson finished its preseason camp on Tuesday with a
three-hour practice on the facility behind the Jervey Athletic
Center. Classes start at Clemson on Wednesday and with it the normal
afternoon one practice per day schedule.

"We have had a good camp, the players have been in good
shape," said Bowden. "Joey Batson and his staff have done a good job
getting our players in shape. We are now in the process of game
plan preparation for Georgia."

The Tigers meet the ninth ranked Bulldogs at Death Valley on
Saturday, August 30 at 12:00 Noon. Bowden will hold his final
stadium scrimmage of the preseason on Wednesday afternoon.

"After Wednesday the pegs will be in the holes. We will be
in preparation for Georgia and we should have most of the starting
spots determined. There probably will be some battles that won't be
decided until next Thursday, but Wednesday is the last scrimmage
opportunity to make a statement."

Two new injuries were reported on Wednesday. Reserve center
Dustin Fry suffered an ankle injury and reserve quarterback Chansi
Stuckey suffered a pulled abdominal muscle. Gene Pate, wide receiver
and starting holder, suffered a knee injury in the afternoon practice
on Monday. He was in a yellow jersey on Tuesday. Todd McClinton
continues to miss practice as the result of a fainting spell that
took place at the in the third practice of the preseason, while Leroy
Hill was back at practice after a minor ankle injury earlier in the
week.

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