Getting A Break
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Getting A Break
So far 10 players on offense have had significant injuries on Clemson's offense. The most significant is freshman sensation quarterback Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson The Tigers entered the season with depth at running back despite Tyshon DyeTyshon Dye Coming into the season the most promising wide receiver was Charone PeakeCharone Peake At tight end the season got off to a bad start when Sam CooperSam Cooper Other personnel issues have also taken a couple of potential contributors away from the program. Offensive tackle Shaq AnthonyShaq Anthony The defense has had injuries to players like Travis BlanksTravis Blanks The staff has done a good job of working around the 10 offensive injuries but it does make their job more difficult. The offensive line has seen a couple of guys play several positions. Reid WebsterReid Webster The one injury that affects the offense core than any other is obviously Watson's. He is the best player on offense and he completely changes the offensive line. At this point, the Tigers have survived the last two weeks by winning with defense. That may be the formula until Watson gets back. Hopefully that will happen for Georgia Tech.
They say bad things happen in threes. Maybe the offensive personnel at Clemson forgot that saying.
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RS Fr. Running Back
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Jr. Running Back
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Fr. Running Back
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RS Sr. Tight End
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So. Tight End
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On the offensive line starting center Jay GuillermoJay Guillermo
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RS Jr. Offensive Tackle
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So. Wide Receiver
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Fr. Wide Receiver
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RS So. Wide Receiver
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So far 10 players on offense have had significant injuries on Clemson's offense.
The most significant is freshman sensation quarterback Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
The Tigers entered the season with depth at running back despite Tyshon DyeTyshon Dye
Coming into the season the most promising wide receiver was Charone PeakeCharone Peake
At tight end the season got off to a bad start when Sam CooperSam Cooper
Other personnel issues have also taken a couple of potential contributors away from the program. Offensive tackle Shaq AnthonyShaq Anthony
The defense has had injuries to players like Travis BlanksTravis Blanks
The staff has done a good job of working around the 10 offensive injuries but it does make their job more difficult. The offensive line has seen a couple of guys play several positions. Reid WebsterReid Webster
The one injury that affects the offense core than any other is obviously Watson's. He is the best player on offense and he completely changes the offensive line. At this point, the Tigers have survived the last two weeks by winning with defense. That may be the formula until Watson gets back. Hopefully that will happen for Georgia Tech.
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