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Clemson head coach Dabo SwinneyDabo Swinney
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said after practice Wednesday that wide receiver Martavis BryantMartavis Bryant
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would miss Saturday’s game at Boston College and the following game against Georgia Tech due to a groin injury. The sophomore is expected to return for the Virginia Tech game, which will be played October 20 after an open date.

Bryant suffered the injury while working out in the strength training facility before practice on Tuesday.
Bryant has two receptions for 61 yards this year and both have gone for scores, a 22-yard touchdown reception against Ball State and a 39-yard scoring catch against Furman.

*Swinney also said that the Tigers have three good days of practice, and that he has impressed upon the players that the most important game of the season is this Saturday against Boston College, not last week against FSU.


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