Kelly Bryant injured against Wake Forest

by - Assoc. Editor -

Clemson starting quarterback Kelly Bryant is in the injury tent after the one-yard touchdown run by Travis Etienne in the third quarter of the Wake Forest game.

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney went into the injury tent and it appeared they were looking at a lower-body injury. Swinney left the tent and walked over to the quarterback coach Brandon Streeter to get Zerrick Cooper ready for action.

Update: Zerrick Cooper is in the game for Bryant.
Update: Clemson's orthopedic doctors are in the tent with Bryant.
Update: Bryant is jogging on the sidelines and Hunter Johnson is warming up.
Update: Bryant is on the sidelines with no helmet as Cooper is talking to Streeter.
Update: Bryant is in the player huddle but with no helmet.
Update: Johnson is getting some reps at quarterback in the 4th quarter with 13 minutes to go.

Here is the play where Bryant got injured.

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