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Louisville vs. Auburn: Score, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

No. 6 Auburn has high hopes for the 2015 season, but Gus Malzahn's squad will need to show much greater consistency after barely escaping the Georgia Dome in Atlanta with a 31-24 victory over Louisville.

Auburn appeared to have put the game on ice after a seven-yard touchdown run from wide receiver Ricardo Louis gave the Tigers a 31-10 lead with 10 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. However, the scrambling ability of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, who took over for starting quarterback Reggie Bonnafon late in the first half, sparked the Cardinals' piddling offense.

Two touchdown runs from Brandon Radcliff cut the Tigers' lead to seven, but Auburn was able to run out the clock to seal the victory.

Louis finished the game with three receptions for 55 yards and a score to go with 20 yards and another TD on the ground. Auburn running back Peyton Barber, who ran for all of 54 yards in 2014, finished the game with 25 carries for 109 yards.

Jackson finished with 16 carries for 105 yards and a rushing touchdown. His passing stats were pedestrian, as he completed nine of 20 passes for 100 yards and one pick, which came on the first play of the game.

Lined up at running back behind Bonnafon, Jackson took a direct snap, rolled right and lofted this ill-advised throw while falling out of bounds, via SEC on CBS:

The interception return set up a one-yard touchdown run from Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson for a quick 7-0 lead.

The Cardinals lost loads of talent to the NFL last year, but the front seven held tough for much of the game, harassing Jeremy Johnson and stacking up the read-option ground game.

Louisville safety Josh Harvey-Clemons essentially played center field for the first 21 minutes of the game, picking off Johnson on either side of the first-quarter break. WDRB's Eric Crawford trotted out the comparison to former Louisville safety Gerod Holliman, who picked off 14 passes last year:

The Montgomery Advertiser's Matthew Stevens diagnosed Johnson's first-half issues:

Louisville's offense under Bonnafon and Jackson sputtered just as much as Auburn's, and the game stagnated with all the mistakes. Despite not having an answer for Jackson's running ability, Auburn's defense was critical to victory in Will Muschamp's return as the team's defensive coordinator.

A sloppy handoff midway through the second quarter between Bonnafon and running back Jeremy Smith put the ball on the ground, leading to an 82-yard scoop-and-score for Justin Garrett. SEC on CBS has the highlight:

Auburn kicker Daniel Carlson put the team up 17-0 just before the half with a massive 56-yard field goal, a career best for the sophomore. It was a difficult kick to make, as AL.com's Brandon Marcello noted he had little time to set up:

The Tigers offense got off to a bright start in the third quarter. Johnson engineered a seven-play, 75-yard drive, capped by a pretty 33-yard touchdown pass to Louis. SEC on CBS has the play:

The good vibes for Johnson wouldn't last long. Following a Louisville field goal on its next possession, Johnson tossed his third head-scratching pick of the game, this time to sophomore cornerback Trumaine Washington.

Finding a rhythm on offense, Jackson cut Auburn's lead to 24-10 on a 10-yard touchdown scamper with 1:21 to go in the third. He drew praise for his rambling and scrambling on Twitter:

Needing a score to reassert control over the game, Auburn mixed tough runs from Barber and simple throws from Johnson. Louis finished off the 12-play, 72-yard drive on a sweep play from eight yards out, putting Auburn up 31-10.

Jackson's improvisational efforts sparked the furious fourth-quarter comeback, leading two scoring drives to climb within seven points, but Auburn held on for the victory.

On a fine day for Louis and the Auburn defense, the pressure will be on Johnson to cut down on the turnovers. He completed just 11 of 21 passes for 140 yards to go along with the touchdown and three picks. The SEC West doesn't look quite as strong as it has in years past, with some considering the division truly up for grabs. The Tigers' SEC and College Football Playoff hopes fall squarely on Johnson's shoulders.

As for Louisville, the defense appears to have weathered the loss of talent to the professional ranks. Petrino's offense is a work in progress, but the Cardinals can put together a solid campaign with Jackson at the helm. Jackson's legs add a sparkling extra dimension to the team's offense, although his passing leaves much to be desired.

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Penn State vs. Temple: Score, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

Penn State's steady dominance of Temple University over the years seemingly prevented the emergence of bad blood between the programs, but the Owls took a step toward igniting an intrastate rivalry with a 27-10 upset of the Nittany Lions at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday afternoon.  

The win was Temple's first over Penn State since 1941, per ESPN Stats & Info, and according to the ESPN broadcast, it marked the first time Temple captured a home win over a Power Five conference team since 1942 against Kansas.  

ESPN's Josh Moyer summed up the result for both sides: 

"We know what the possibilities are here," Temple head coach Matt Rhule told reporters prior to Saturday's clash, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer's Mike Jensen. "We believe in it. But those are opportunities to show people what the possibilities are here at Temple. I think it's a chance to blow people's minds."

Saturday was a solid first step toward showing the program's possibilities. 

In the shocker, Temple absolutely dominated Penn State's offensive line and sacked quarterback Christian Hackenberg 10 times. 

Bleacher Report's Bryan Fischer put that staggering sack total in perspective: 

And although Hackenberg wasn't helped by shoddy protection up front, he didn't put forth a performance that inspired confidence. In the loss, the prized prospect mustered 103 yards and an interception while completing 11 of 25 passes. 

Bleacher Report's Matt Miller offered his take on how Penn State can reinvent its offense: 

Grantland's Chris B. Brown chimed in with a look at James Franklin's historic deficiencies in the scoring column:  

By game's end, Temple outgained Penn State, 317-191, as the Nittany Lions converted just two of 13 third downs. 

Penn State broke the contest's scoring seal with an early field goal followed by a 42-yard touchdown run from Akeel Lynch in the first quarter, but that was the only success the Nittany Lions experienced with the ball in their hands.  

StageCollege.com's Ben Jones provided an overview of just how drastic the offensive drop-off was over the game's final 45 minutes: 

Temple imposed its will over the game's final three quarters, with a goal-line touchdown run from P.J. Walker serving as the game's go-ahead touchdown. A 24-yard touchdown run from tailback Jahad Thomas in the fourth quarter served as the icing on the cake of the Owls' season-opening upset. 

Thomas, who ripped off a 29-yard run with the result in hand, finished Saturday's tilt with 29 carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns. Last season, Thomas ran for a grand total of 384 yards.  

Walker wasn't prolific in the win, but he was efficient. The junior signal-caller completed 15 of 20 passes for 145 yards without throwing an interception. 

And with a fierce defensive line that could emerge as one of the country's best, Temple has a chance to evolve into a sneaky squad that can shock more high-profile programs. 

The Owls play Cincinnati next week on the road and then will have to wait several weeks before they get another shot at a major upset against Notre Dame in Philadelphia on Halloween. 

Penn State, meanwhile, just needs to find an offensive rhythm. Saturday was discouraging in just about every way, and the fact that Hackenberg took a beating could have opposing defenses salivating at the chance to rush the polished passer as the season progresses. 

A home date with Buffalo next week in Happy Valley will offer the Nittany Lions a chance to sort things out and prove Saturday's loss wasn't indicative of the season to come. 

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Eastern Washington vs. Oregon: Live Score and Highlights

Oregon 13, Eastern Washington—Middle of the 1st Quarter

Vernon Adams makes his FBS debut tonight for Oregon as Mark Helfrich's Ducks look to build on the success of last season's national runner-up finish despite losing a mountain of talent to graduation and NFL departures.

Will Oregon be able to reload yet again and blow past the Pac-12 North Division?  We'll get our first hard data towards answering that question tonight in Eugene.

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Eastern Washington vs. Oregon: Live Score and Highlights

Oregon 20, Eastern Washington 7—Late 1st Quarter Vernon Adams makes his FBS debut tonight for Oregon as Mark Helfrich's Ducks look to build on the success of last season's ...

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Wisconsin vs. Alabama: Live Score and Highlights

Wisconsin 0, Alabama 0 — Early 1st quarter

Game action is now underway between No. 3 Alabama and No. 20 Wisconsin. ABC is televising the matchup nationally from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

We are watching the game, providing live analysis as the action unfolds:

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Idaho State WR Makes Ridiculous 1-Handed TD Snag over Defender

In his team's season opener against Black Hills State University on Saturday, Idaho State receiver Madison Mangum wasted no time in submitting a "Catch of the Year" nominee.

Less than two minutes into the game, the 6'2" Mangum made an absolutely ridiculous touchdown catch over a defender in the back corner of the end zone.

The nine-yard touchdown gave Idaho State a 14-0 lead. It was Mangum's second TD in of the game, as he had a 41-yard score just 27 seconds earlier.


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James Franklin Makes Sure Footballs Are Properly Inflated in Game Against Temple

After hearing about Deflategate nonstop since January, Penn State coach James Franklin made sure that the footballs used in his team's season opener against Temple were properly inflated.

The referees and equipment staff at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia checked the football on the spot at Franklin's request. Hopefully that was enough to appease the Nittany Lions coach.

Penn State was upset by Temple, 27-10.

[Streamable, h/t The Big Lead]

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Texas vs. Notre Dame: Live Score and Highlights

15:00 2nd Quarter

Notre Dame - 14

Texas - 0 


God is good, and football is back, as two of the most historic programs in college football history—the Texas Longhorns and Notre Dame Fighting Irish—square off in South Bend. 

Ranked No. 11 in the country, the Irish will defend their home turf as heavy favorites against a Longhorns team that went 6-6 in last year's regular season then got slaughtered by Arkansas in the Texas Bowl. 

With 2015 bringing fresh beginnings, Charlie Strong will look to make an emphatic statement in Year 2 of his rebuilding project in Austin. A win on the road against Notre Dame is a good way to accomplish that. 

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LSU vs. McNeese State: Live Score and Highlights

LSU 0, McNeese State 0 in the First Quarter.

Game is currently in a weather delay due to lightning.

The LSU Tigers are kicking off their 2015 with a home battle against McNeese State on the SEC Network. 

Head coach Les Miles and his team are looking to rebound after a disappointing 8-5 campaign in 2014. The key to that will be the play of quarterback Brandon Harris, who is making his second career start. 

Stay here for live reactions to this season opener, and feel free to join the discussion in the comments section.

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QB Greyson Lambert Proves He's the Right Man for Georgia Football

Five months ago, Greyson Lambert looked like a man without a football future.

After serving as Virginia’s starter for 2014, the junior quarterback was cast aside by coach Mike London and the Cavaliers, passed on the depth chart by fellow junior Matt Johns.

His arrival at Georgia as a graduate transfer received little attention, largely because Brice Ramsey and Faton Bauta were regarded as the clear leaders to replace Hutson Mason as the Bulldogs’ new starting quarterback.

A funny thing happened on the way to September: Lambert won the job. And although a lightning-shortened season opener against Louisiana-Monroe is a small sample size, the forgotten man has done everything he can to prove he’s the right man for Georgia’s offense.

Lambert was highly efficient in new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer’s system, completing 8-of-12 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 51-14 victory, which was called with just under nine minutes remaining in the fourth quarter following a pair of lightning delays.

While Ramsey also played, completing both of the passes he attempted for 51 yards and a touchdown, this was clearly Lambert’s show, and he took full advantage of it.

Lambert utilized the talent around him, finding Sony Michel for a screen pass that turned into a 48-yard gain to jump-start a 94-yard scoring drive and hitting Jeb Blazevich for a 15-yard touchdown after a UGA interception gave the offense excellent field position at the ULM 15.

But he also showed some solid touch. His final pass of the day was a 28-yard fade that Malcolm Mitchell brought down in the right front corner of the end zone for a touchdown and a 44-14 Georgia lead.

UGA coach Mark Richttold reporters, including Mike Sammond of 92.9 The Game, that Lambert was "still our starting quarterback" following the matchup. Lambert told Sammond that "I'm happy with the game plan and how I played, but I've still got to fight for the job every week." 

Saturday, Lambert flashed some skills, but it’s fair to note that he might be a better fit in Georgia’s offense than he was in Virginia’s. The Bulldogs boast a deep backfield led by Heisman Trophy candidate Nick Chubb, who rushed for 1,547 yards as a freshman. He was excellent Saturday, carrying 16 times for 120 yards and two touchdowns, but Michel (41 yards rushing, 79 yards receiving) and Keith Marshall (10 carries, 73 yards, two touchdowns) are also highly capable of carrying an offense.

Throw in four returning starting offensive linemen and a solid group of receivers and tight ends, and you have a ready-made situation for a quarterback to step into.

This is also Schottenheimer’s first season as UGA offensive coordinator after replacing Mike Bobo, who left to become Colorado State’s head coach.

Everyone, including Lambert, had a clean slate, and he made the most of that opportunity. Per Logan Booker of Bulldawg Illustrated, Lambert continued former starter Aaron Murray's tradition of taking his offensive line out for ice cream after it didn't allow him to be sacked. 

We’ll find out a lot more about the Bulldogs the next two weeks against Vanderbilt and South Carolina as Georgia builds toward a tough October that features a visit from Alabama, a trip to Tennessee, a visit from two-time defending SEC East champ Missouri and the annual Cocktail Party tilt with Florida in Jacksonville.

With all that talent around him, Lambert doesn’t have to be a world-beater. He just has to avoid giving the game away. That wasn’t always the case at Virginia, where he threw 10 touchdowns against 11 interceptions last fall.

But if he can be continually efficient, Lambert could be just the man Georgia needs in its offense.

And the man that Virginia let get away.

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Bowling Green DL Loses Shoe, Drops Down and Plays Dead to Stop Clock

During the Bowling Green-Tennessee game Saturday afternoon, Falcons defensive lineman Mike Minns lost his shoe and tried to come off the field.

Once he realized there wasn't enough time to do so, Minns did what any sensible person would do.

He played dead.

While not convincing, the obvious flop was probably effective. When in doubt, just hit the deck.


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Arizona State vs. Texas A&M: Live Score and Highlights

Texas A&M 14, Arizona State 7-Early Second Quarter

The Texas A&M Aggies and the Arizona State Sun Devils have kicked things off at NRG Stadium in Houston. The game is airing on ESPN.

The Aggies had a disappointing 2014 season (8-5, 3-5 SEC), and they look to get back on track with the help of sophomore quarterback Kyle Allen. 

Senior quarterback Mike Bercovici will lead the Sun Devils. Last year, Bercovici threw for 1,445 yards and 12 touchdowns in part-time action. 

Be sure to have this blog open all game long for the latest scoring updates and highlights.

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Penn State's 5'10", 259-Pound Freshman Kicker Becomes Instant Legend

Joey Julius is not your typical kicker.

The Penn State freshman has been dubbed "The Big Toe," and on Saturday the nation got its first taste of this legend.

Julius booted in a successful 34-yard attempt for the Nittany Lions, which was the first of his career.

The Internet instantly fell in love with the Pennsylvania native, who is listed on the team’s website as being 5’10” and 259 pounds:

Julius' kick gave Penn State a 3-0 first-quarter lead over host Temple.


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Stanford vs. Northwestern: Score, Highlights and Twitter Reaction for Upset

Northwestern put together an outstanding defensive display to score a Week 1 upset of No. 21 Stanford, 16-6, Saturday in front of its home fans at Ryan Field.

The Cardinal opened the game with a drive that lasted more than six minutes and resulted in a Conrad Ukropina field goal. The Wildcats scored the next 13 points, highlighted by a 42-yard touchdown run from quarterback Clayton Thorson in the second quarter, en route to the victory.

ESPN put the clinching interception from Northwestern's Kyle Queiro on display:

SportsCenter showcased the celebration:

Stanford finished the game with just 240 total yards of offense and turned the ball over twice. The inability to move the football with any level of consistency is concerning, but Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated tweeted that the Northwestern defense deserves much of the credit:

A single-digit outing for the Cardinal offense is extremely rare. The last time it happened was all the way back in 2007, when Washington held the unit to nine points, per ESPN College Football.

On the flip side, it's been two decades since the Wildcats opened the regular season with such a marquee win, as noted by ESPN Stats & Info:

Brett McMurphy of ESPN pointed out how they seem to thrive in these types of situations:

Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald didn't downplay the nature of the victory afterward in an interview on ESPN (via Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch).

"Obviously this is a big win for our program," he said.

Fitzgerald also called it a "dominant performance by us on the line of scrimmage," according to Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune.

One of the theories tossed around as a reason for the loss was Stanford had to travel east for an early kickoff. Former San Diego Chargers fullback Jacob Hester isn't buying that as a legitimate excuse:

The task for Northwestern is to build off the victory, as it has a favorable schedule on the horizon. The Wildcats face Eastern Illinois next Saturday and aren't scheduled to face another ranked opponent until Wisconsin in late November.

While the loss is certainly a setback for Stanford, an early defeat is survivable as long as it serves as a wake-up call. The Cardinal have a clash with UCF next weekend before a high-profile meeting with USC on Sept. 19. Should they pull off victories in those games, their season will be back on track. 


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Laquon Treadwell, Chad Kelly and Ole Miss Offense Make Big Week 1 Statement

As the 2015 season begins, Ole Miss fans are excited and ready for more. Much more. 2014 was a special year, with Hugh Freeze's team rising above SEC West mediocrity thanks to a nine-win season that included victories over then-No. 3 Alabama and rival Mississippi State.

But thanks to a 42-3 Peach Bowl rout at the hands of TCU, the season ended with a thud. As 2015 opened Saturday against FCS foe UT-Martin, there was reason for, at the very least, some apprehension. 

The quarterback situation was uncertain, and standout wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was returning from a broken leg that ended his 2014 campaign after nine games.

It's hard to draw conclusions from a single game against an FCS team, but Ole Miss made an impressive statement Saturday with a 76-3 rout. The Rebels got an excellent contribution from new starting quarterback Chad Kelly. Treadwell looked healthy. And even massive defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche got in on the offensive party.

It was a message to the rest of the Rebels' opponents: You aren't getting rid of us so easily.

Ole Miss returned 16 starters from 2014, but quarterback was a major question mark. Bo Wallace was inconsistent, but he finished his career as the SEC's most experienced signal-caller. Freeze spent spring and summer choosing from a trio of replacements: former Clemson quarterback Chad Kelly and sophomores Ryan Buchanan and DeVante Kincade.

While all three played Saturday, Kelly got the start and was impressive. He had a pair of explosive plays, throwing a 56-yard touchdown pass to Markell Pack and a 57-yarder to Cody Core.

He even showed off his mobility with an impressive 20-yard sprint around left end for a score, finishing with 211 yards, two touchdowns and an interception on 9-of-15 passing.

Per Brad Crawford of Saturday Down South, Freeze said Kelly was "really solid."

"Missed a touchdown throw to Evan and probably could've thrown one a little bit better on the fade to Laquon earlier in the game," Freeze said. "Thought he had a solid day. Look forward to watching the film, but felt pretty good about it out there."

It was a good start for Kelly, although it must be noted that talent was never the biggest question surrounding him. He was dismissed from Clemson following an on-field incident with an assistant coach and was arrested in December in his hometown of Buffalo, New York, on charges of resisting arrest and menacing following a fight with bouncers outside a bar. He eventually pleaded guilty to non-criminal disorderly conduct.

Buchanan and Kincade were also sharp in limited chances (Buchanan completed four of six passes for 58 yards and two scores, and Kincade completed six of seven passes for 55 yards and a touchdown). Nevertheless, Freeze gave Kelly the biggest opportunity, and he took advantage.

You could argue 2014 turned on Treadwell's last play of the season. With his team down 35-31 late against Auburn, the speedy wideout lunged for the goal line but fumbled the ball into the end zone while being tackled from behind. He broke his leg, and the Ole Miss offense was never the same. The Rebels lost their second straight game and won only two of their final four. 

Treadwell is healthy, and he's 15 pounds lighter than his 230-pound playing weight of a year ago. He didn't have a touchdown Saturday but looked to be in perfect form, catching four passes for 44 yards.

"He looked explosive," Freeze said. "It's really good to see him get tackled and bounce back up. He's just got to get to some more plays." 

With Treadwell back, the Ole Miss offense will be dangerous, and that doesn't even include new wrinkles such as the one Freeze unveiled Saturday.

Nkemdiche is one of the nation's most dominant defensive linemen, but he also has excellent athleticism, which he displayed by coming out of the backfield to catch a 31-yard touchdown pass. Just another thing for opposing defensive coordinators to worry about, right?

And it should be noted the Rebels did all this without junior left tackle Laremy Tunsil, who was held out of the game as a "precautionary measure" connected to an NCAA investigation of his contact with an agent, per Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger.

If Tunsil, one of the game's best offensive tackles, is cleared, Ole Miss will be even more dangerous.

As Saturday showed, the Rebels are plenty dangerous already.

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Bowling Green vs. Tennessee: Live Score and Highlights

It's football time in Tennessee! The No. 25-ranked Volunteers begin their season against Bowling Green as they try to get off to a rousing start before a brutal schedule kicks in.

Are the Vols for real? Everybody will get their first look today.



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Rutgers Returns 2nd-Half Kickoff for TD, Students Miss Chance at $100,000

Rutgers was going to give out $100,000 to the student body—100 lucky kids would get $1,000 each—if the team took the season's opening kickoff back to the house.

Speedy junior return man Janarion Grant did run one back against Norfolk State on Saturday...but in the second half.

So, for those cash-strapped college kids hoping to high heavens for a touchdown, you got one.

Just at the wrong time.


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Louisville vs. Auburn: Live Score and Highlights

Auburn 14, Louisville 0—Late 2nd Quarter

The Louisville Cardinals and No. 6 Auburn Tigers are squaring off in the 2015 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game.

CBS is broadcasting the clash, and Bleacher Report is providing scoring updates, highlights and analysis. Feel free to join the conversation in the comments section below.

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Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche Shows Blazing Speed with 31-Yard TD

If there were such a thing as fantasy college football, Ole Miss defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche would be having a huge, yet strange, day.

The big fella caught a 31-yard score while appearing to line up at fullback with 12 minutes and 35 seconds to go in the second quarter vs. Tennessee-Martin. The effort would normally draw headlines calling it some sort of “fat-guy touchdown.”

Nope, not here. With that type of speed at 6’4”, 296 pounds, he is an athletic monster.

Later on in the game, Nkemdiche blocked an extra point, which further cements the notion that he’s a straight-up beast:


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Mike Williams Injury: Updates on Clemson WR's Neck and Return

Clemson Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams was the subject of a scary moment Saturday at Memorial Stadium as he collided with the base of the goal post and was subsequently transported to the hospital with a neck injury, according to the team's official Twitter account.

Continue for updates.

Williams Taken to Hospital, Has Movement in Extremities Saturday, Sept. 5

Although there is always a great deal of concern regarding injuries to the head and neck area, Clemson reported some positive news about Williams' status as he had movement in his extremities while being taken to the hospital, per ESPN's Jared Shanker:

As seen in this video, courtesy of ESPN College Football, the incident occurred when the 6'4" junior attempted to make a touchdown catch in the first quarter against Wofford:

While Williams was able to hang on to the ball, medical personnel immediately tended to him when it became clear he was in distress.

No further updates on Williams' condition are available, but his absence is significant for a Tigers team that leaned heavily on him last season to the tune of 1,030 yards and six touchdowns.

Clemson shouldn't have much of an issue getting past the Terriers on Saturday, but if Williams is forced to miss an extended period of time, the Tigers will need increased production from young pass-catchers such as Ray-Ray McCloud III and Artavis Scott.


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