Zimmerman Will Not Attend Clemson This Fall

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Tymere Zimmerman committed to Clemson in the fall of 1999.

CLEMSON - According to Clemson Sports Information incoming freshman Tymere
Zimmerman will not be attending Clemson this fall. Zimmerman had been waiting
on approval from the NCAA clearinghouse. It is not known what his plans are
at this time.

Zimmerman, who graduated from Marlboro County High School in Bennettsville, SC, in June 2001, played last season at Fork Union Prep School. He originally committed to Clemson in the fall of 1999.

Also, after practice today, Tommy Bowden said that starting
running back Bernard Rambert probably would not play against
Louisiana Tech. Rambert spent Monday's practice in the training room
treating a strained tendon in a foot. Starting guard Cedric Johnson
also missed the practice with a sprained ankle, but could return for
Saturday's game with Louisiana Tech.

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