Wednesday Sept 10, 2008
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Clemson quarterback Cullen Harper said he
sprained his shoulder two games ago against Alabama, but he expects
to play at full strength this Saturday.
Harper told reporters at Clemson's football gathering Tuesday he
has sprained a joint in his right shoulder, the same one he hurt
against Boston College last November and required surgery after the
Harper played in last week's 45-17 victory over The Citadel,
completing 14 of 18 passes. he said he would be fine to go against
North Carolina State in Clemson's Atlantic Coast Conference opener.
Harper was voted the ACC's preseason player of the year this
summer. Harper said his shoulder was treated four times a day. He didn't miss practice.
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