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Tennessee QB Clausen Has a Collarbone Fracture

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I didnt read your link, but word around here is that he is OUT. C J Leak(He started his freshman year at Wake Forest and then transferred) is the #2, but you could also see Kelly Washington gets some snaps. My thought is to give the 3 and take Georgia because Tennessee is in real trouble this week. Not that Georgia has impressed me, but the Vols have had way way way too many injuries to overcome this year. And with Classen out, they are going to get waxed by the Dawgs.

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Classen said on the news he will play saturday. Of course, he was lying like a Baltimore Ravens player talking to the police. He is out, so Tennessee will have to take a Leak. C J Leak that is. Georgia will win this game, IMO

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer said quarterback Casey Clausen was "making progress" Wednesday and denied reports the third-year starter has a hairline fracture in his left collarbone.

Clausen has not practiced all week after hurting his left, non-throwing shoulder in last week's 41-38 six-overtime win over Arkansas.


Neither Fulmer nor other team officials have described Clausen's injury, only saying he was probable for Saturday when No. 10 Tennessee (4-1, 1-1) travels to No. 6 Georgia (5-0, 2-0) for a key Southeastern Conference game.


check sportsline.com's injury report. clausen is not even on it for some reason. i know he's hurting but to what extent is unknown.

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