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Clemson’s leading tackler undergoes surgery, will miss spring practice

Rashard Hall Andrew Buie AP

Clemson safety Rashard Hall led the team in 2011 in tackles. What’s more amazing is that he played the entire season with a knee injury.

Now, Hall will have to miss spring ball because of that injury, which he suffered in the Tigers’ season-opening game against Troy. He missed the following week’s game against Wofford, but went on to play in 12 consecutive games to end the season — including the Orange Bowl.

And, he did all that knowing the injury would require surgery.

Tough guy.

Hall had surgery on the knee earlier this week. The soon-to-be graduate student should be back by fall camp.

In addition to his 89 tackles, Hall had three tackles for loss, one sack and two interceptions.

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1 Response to “Clemson’s leading tackler undergoes surgery, will miss spring practice”
  1. jpiro says: Jan 27, 2012 4:50 PM

    To be fair…he didn’t do a whole lot of tackling in the Orange Bowl.

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