Found September 28, 2012 on College Fantasy Coach:
A live report from Atlanta by College Fantasy Coach’s BallparkBob. With Sammy Watkins serving a two game suspension for an off-season marijuana charge, Clemson’s Andre Ellington rushed for 231 yards to lead the #14 Tigers to a 26-19 victory over #25 Auburn in the season opener for both teams on Saturday night.  Wide receiver DeAndre [...]

Without Watkins, Clemson wary of BC threat

Sometimes, history has a way of repeating itself. For Clemson football, this has been its reality: Every time the Tigers appear headed toward a special season they stub their tow, usually either somewhere against an opponent they shouldnt lose to, or at home where they should never lose. Saturdays game at Boston College could potentially be another one of those stumbling blocks...

Clemson WR Watkins to miss BC game

Clemson All-America receiver Sammy Watkins won't play against Boston College because of an abdominal virus. The school said in a statement Thursday that Watkins was diagnosed with the virus and would not travel with the 17th-ranked Tigers (3-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) when they face the Eagles (1-2, 0-1). It will be the third game this season Watkins will miss. He sat...

Clemson's Watkins to miss BC game

Clemson All-America receiver Sammy Watkins won't play against Boston College because of an abdominal virus. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney announced Watkins status after practice Thursday. The team is scheduled to leave for Boston on Friday. The absence of Watkins means the 17th-ranked Tigers (3-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) will be without two main players in their wide receiver...

CFB Rumors: Sammy Watkins To Miss Clemson Game Against Boston College With Abdominal Virus

As much as the Clemson Tigers may be getting used to playing games without star wide receiver Sammy Watkins, that does not make it any easier. That being said, the Tigers will have to take the field on Saturday in an ACC road contest against the Boston College Eagles on Saturday once again without Watkins, who will miss the game with an abdominal virus. It will be the third time...

No. 17 Clemson injured WR Bryant out 2 games

Clemson wide receiver Martavis Bryant will miss the next two games after injuring himself while working out. Coach Dabo Swinney says the sophomore was working out in the Tigers strength facility Tuesday when he got hurt. Bryant has caught two passes this season for No. 17 Clemson, but both have gone for touchdowns - a 22-yard TD against Ball State and a 39-year scoring catch against...

No. 17 Clemson hopes to rebound against BC

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd felt hollow when the 17th-ranked Tigers lost at No. 4 Florida State last week. He took major steps to make sure he wouldn't feel that away again Saturday at Boston College. Boyd called a players' only meeting once the team returned from Tallahassee, still stinging from the 49-37 defeat. He told the Tigers he didn't want them to splinter...

Bryant to miss next two games

CLEMSON - After Wednesday night's practice, Dabo Swinney announced that Martavis Bryant will be out the next two weeks with a groin injury.

ICYMI: links from the week

Clemson's biggest playmaker Sammy Watkins will miss Saturday's game with a virus. That has shifted the point spread a bit. Also, it looks like Bobby Swigert will make his season debut.As you may have read, one of Hockey's top incoming players Frank Vatrano is no longer enrolled at BC. It was not a BC issue, but an NCAA clearing house issue. What's interesting is that...
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