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Dabo Swinney updates team injuries

Dabo Swinney updates team injuries


by - Assoc. Editor -

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney held his weekly press conference Tuesday and shared an update on two key injuries on the No. 2 ranked team.

Swinney said that starting senior cornerback Mark Fields looked good last night after he suffered a groin injury previously and should be a full go at practice tonight.

Versatile junior offensive lineman Sean Pollard had a back spasm last Thursday and they decided to just hold him after Clemson scored 14 points in only five plays in the first quarter against Louisville. However, he was healthy enough to play but they were happy to give him extra rest.

At this point in the season, the Tigers are a very healthy ballclub.

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