Dabo Swinney: Kelly Bryant ankle injury not serious

Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant

The Clemson Tigers got some good news about quarterback Kelly Bryant, who had to leave Saturday’s game with an ankle injury. Head coach Dabo Swinney said after the game that the injury is not serious and that Bryant just rolled it.

That sound you hear is Tigers fans everywhere heaving a sigh of relief.

Before exiting Saturday’s game against Wake Forest (a 28-14 win for Clemson), Bryant had passed for 200 yards, run for another 39, throwing one touchdown and one interception. For the season, the junior quarterback has passed for 1,259 yards and four touchdowns while running for 401 yards and seven touchdowns.