Clemson Football Injury Report

Clemson Football Injury Report

Nov. 11, 2001

Clemson Personnel update:

Brian Mance – lower back strain, probable Jovon Bush – sprained shoulder, probable Toure Francis – strained neck, probable Charles Hafley – pulled hamstring, probable Morgan Woodward – concussion, probable

Other Notes Of Interest:

Clemson senior class trying to become just the fourth seniorclass since 1941 to go 4-0 against South Carolina Clemson red-shirtseniors trying to become first group to go 5-0 vs. South Carolinain history Clemson won 7 straight from 1934-40, but players werenot red-shirted in those days Clemson quarterback Woodrow Dantzleris seventh in the nation in total offense, 297.8 yards per gameDantzler needs 233 yards rushing and 87 passing to become the firstquarterback in NCAA history to reach 1000 yards rushing and 2000passing in the same season needs 121 yards rushing to become thirdQB in college history to reach 5000 passing and 2500 rushingDerrick Hamilton’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown atMaryland tied for the longest in school history and first since1903 when John Maxwell went 100 yards against Cumberland that wasJohn Heisman’s last game as Clemson head coach Hamilton is secondin the nation among freshmen in receptions per game Charles Hafleyhad 20 tackles against Maryland, breaking his own Clemson recordfor a defensive back this will be the first time since 1984 thatSouth Carolina has had a better record than Clemson entering thisrivalry game South Carolina was 9-1 and Clemson 7-3 entering the1984 game at Clemson South Carolina won that game in 1984, 22-21South Carolina has a 5-4 lead in games since 1960 in which it has abetter record than Clemson entering the contest Clemson has notlost in Columbia since 1987 and has won six in a row at WilliamsBrice Stadium this Saturday’s game will be televised by JeffersonPilot and the Tigers are 17-3 on that network since 1995 Clemsonhead coach Tommy Bowden is attempting to become the first coach inClemson history to take the Tigers to a bowl game in each of hisfirst three years as head coach.