Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams was carted off the field with a neck injury.
Williams caught a touchdown pass in the endzone then hit his neck against the support of the field goal post.
The receiver was taken to Oconee Hospital in Seneca, and was able to move his extremities, according to Clemson.
Williams, a junior, had 77 catches for 1,346 yards and nine touchdowns in his career entering Saturday. Williams had two catches for 20 yards Saturday.
Here is video of the play Williams hurt his neck:
Clemson will update Williams’s status after the game.
Update (5:35 p.m.): The Post and Courier's Aaron Brenner said Williams looked “relatively fine” after the game:
In the team tunnel, Clemson WR Mike Williams is seated, wearing a neck brace, signing autographs for children. He seems relatively fine.— Aaron Brenner (@Aaron_Brenner) September 5, 2015
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