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DeAndre Hopkins practices, still questionable for Orange Bowl

C.J. Wilson, DeAndre Hopkins AP

Two days after suffering a concussion in an automobile accident, DeAndre Hopkins returned to practice for Clemson Thursday, albeit on a limited basis.

Whether he plays in the Tigers’ bowl game the middle of next week, however, remains to be seen.

The wide receiver suffered the head injury in a car wreck Tuesday as he was driving to meet the team for their trip to Miami and the Jan. 4 Orange Bowl.  He did not travel with the team following the accident, instead arriving Wednesday.

Thursday, Hopkins “practiced” with his teammates, although that practice consisted of running.  The sophomore is officially listed as questionable for the game against West Virginia Wednesday.

Hopkins’ 62 receptions and 871 receiving yards are both second on the team behind true freshman Sammy Watkins.

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1 Response to “DeAndre Hopkins practices, still questionable for Orange Bowl”
  1. gamecockinfl says: Dec 30, 2011 6:21 PM

    WVU doesn’t have a chance with or without him

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