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Austin Bryant will travel to BC, ACC Championship to be held in Orlando and other Tiger News

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Your Wednesday news roundup includes information about Clemson’s injuries, the location of the ACC Championship game and other items of note.

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Deshaun is thrilled that Austin Bryant and Adrian Baker might be on the way back.
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Injury Report

Austin Bryant and Adrian Baker may be close to returning from injury according to the latest injury report. They are both questionable for the BC game. Baker will definitely not play as he is not traveling to BC but Bryant will travel to BC. There’s no need to rush them back at the moment although it would definitely be nice if they got their feet wet before FSU.

ACC Championship Game to be held in Orlando

In case you missed it, the ACC Championship Game was officially re-located to Orlando, Florida last week. The ACC has also found homes for some of its other championship games this year.

Depth Charts for BC / Snap Counts for Louisville

Below you’ll find the current depth chart for BC (subject to change, obviously) and the snap count for Louisville (and all other games so far). Of note, Ryan Carter is listed as starter at CB again.

ClemsonTigers.com
ClemsonTigers.com

Miscellaneous

  • Dabo is no fan of playing on Friday night, unsurprisingly. I think it reeks of desperation that the league plays so many games on Thursday and Friday nights.
  • Here’s a neat article by Sports Illustrated about a video produced by our ever-awesome social media department. You can watch the video at that link, too.
  • Speaking of videos, 60 Minutes did a profile of Clemson Football that aired yesterday on Showtime. As of my writing of this article (Tuesday afternoon) I don’t know whether there will be a place online where you can watch it if you missed it but I assume there will be.

Here’s a clip from the show, which I believe I am legally obligated to credit to 60 Minute Sports and Showtime Editorial Copy: