Martavis Bryant will miss two games with groin injury

Clemson wide receiver Martavis Bryant catches a pass in the fourth quarter that he would run in for a touchdown.

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Clemson wide receiver Martavis Bryant catches a pass in the fourth quarter that he would run in for a touchdown.

— Clemson coach Dabo Swinney announced Wednesday that sophomore wide receiver Martavis Bryant will miss the next two games with a groin injury.

The T.L. Hanna alum is expected to miss Saturday’s game at Boston College and Oct. 6’s home game against Georgia Tech, with a targeted return for Oct. 20 against Virginia Tech, following the Tigers’ open date.

Bryant suffered the injury while working out in the strength training facility before practice on Tuesday. He has two receptions for 61 yards this season – both for touchdowns. He had a 22-yard touchdown catch against Ball State and a 39-yard scoring catch against Furman.

Bryant had 10 snaps Saturday against Florida State and did not record a reception; he entered Clemson as a four-star signee but has struggled with consistency in his career.

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4everAFanGOTIGERS writes:

man now i guess im not gone get my wish ... well at least they can try to get nuke , peake and sammy on the field at the same time ...

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