Nov. 16, 2000
CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson Head Coach Tommy Bowden said after practice Wednesday that All-America linebacker Keith Adams suffered a concussion during practice on Tuesday. He suffered the concussion during a drill when he made contact with red-shirt tackle Derrick Brantley. He is listed as questionable for the South Carolina game at this point.
“I was surprised that he had the concussion,” said Bowden. “We have injuries like this due to contact at practice all the time. He had an MRI done and the findings were that he had a concussion. We will evaluate his status as the week goes on. We probably won’t know anything for sure until just before the game.”
Bowden said if Adams can’t go that Rodney Feaster would start in his place. Ironically, Feaster made his only career start at South Carolina last year. In Clemson’s 31-21 win last year Adams made 27 tackles, a Clemson school record.
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