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The best news for Clemson fans came from Athens, UGA on Tuesday, when it emerged that the entire Georgia secondary is nursing injuries at the moment, per a report from the Macon Telegraph, quoting Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt. According to Richt, starting cornerback Damion Swann (hip flexor and groin strain) and cornerback Sheldon Dawson - who is thought of as being the starting cornerback (shoulder sprain) were both limited in practice. Starting free safety Tray Matthews (strained hamstring), strong safety Corey Moore (sprained knee) and projected reserve corner Devin Bowman (strained Read more [...]
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