Trayvon Mullen injured during BC Game

by - Assoc. Editor -

Clemson defensive back Trayvon Mullen was injured in the fourth quarter of the Clemson-BC game on Saturday afternoon.

Mullen was injured making the tackle on the play and stayed down for several minutes as coaches including Dabo Swinney and the training staff looked him over.

Mullen was helped off the field by the training staff and appeared to be woozy as he was helped off the field. For the season, Mullen has 8 tackles including an interception this season.

This is a thin position for Clemson depth-wise as Marcus Edmond is already out for today's game.

We will update you when we have more information on his injury.

Update: Swinney shared in postgame press conference that Mullen has a concussion.

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