Boston College Football: BC-Clemson Injury Report


The Boston College football vs. Clemson injury report features at least a key player or two out for both teams ahead of their game on Saturday.

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This is a meaningful game for both teams, and each wants to be as healthy as possible; however, Clemson will be missing their leading man on offense, while the Eagles have injuries on both sides of the football.

BC-Clemson Injury Report: Boston College Eagles

Senior defensive lineman Mehdi Abdesmad, junior linebacker Tim Joy, and junior wide receiver Harrison Jackson are all out for the season with various injuries. Abdesmad played in the first few games of the year; Joy and Jackson did not play a down in 2014.

Sophomore wide receiver Drew Barksdale is believed out for the season after hamstring surgery about a week ago.

It was recently learned that graduate student offensive lineman Harris Williams will miss the remainder of the season after injuring himself in the first half of the UMass game on August 30. (BC is running into a defensive power in Clemson; Michael Vega, Boston Globe)

Graduate student wide receiver Bobby Swigert remains out and may not play this season.

Senior linebacker Sean Duggan, who did not play in the NC State game due to injury, will most likely play against Clemson. (Addazio Speaks to Media About Clemson,

BC-Clemson Injury Report: Clemson Tigers

Freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson is believed out for the next four to six weeks after suffering a broken finger last weekend against Louisville.

Senior linebacker Tony Steward, who missed the Louisville game with a hamstring injury, is expected to play against the Eagles on Saturday. (, Nikki Steele)