Tuesday Sept 2, 2008
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Clemson offensive lineman Barry Humphries
will miss from four to six weeks after knee surgery Tuesday.
Humphries got hurt early in the Tigers 34-10 loss to Alabama this past Saturday night.
Tiger coaches initially hoped Humphries would miss one game.
However, the operation Tuesday discovered more extensive damage.
Humphries will be reevaluated at midseason to determine when he can
return. A Clemson athletic spokesman says red-shirt freshman Mason Cloy has moved into Humphries' place.
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