Gallman: "I feel a whole lot better than I did last week"


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Clemson redshirt-sophomore running back Wayne Gallman was interviewed by the local media on Tuesday afternoon and discussed various topics including his health status in anticipation for Saturday night's game against North Carolina for the ACC Championship.

"I'm going to tell you I felt limited like from a mental standpoint," Gallman said. "I just went out there and played the hardest I could. There were a couple things I think I could have done a little bit more looking back at the film. I just felt limited."

Gallman believes that he should be approaching 100% for the upcoming ACC Championship matchup vs. North Carolina.

"I feel a whole lot better than I did last week," Swinney said. "I have been going to treatment every morning. I should be about 100% for Saturday."

Gallman had 19 rushes for 102 rushing yards against rival South Carolina on Saturday which was his seventh 100-yard game of the season. He is now tied with Kenny Flowers and Raymond Priester for the single-season Clemson record.

He has 215 rushes for 1145 yards and nine touchdowns this season.


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