Clemson — Clemson reserves Germone Hopper and Ronald Geohaghan have been suspended for Saturday’s football game against Boston College, Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney announced Friday.
“Germone Hopper and Ronald Geohaghan have been suspended for Saturday’s Boston College game for a violation of team rules and poor behavior,” said Swinney.
Hopper, a redshirt freshman from Charlotte, is second on the Clemson team in receptions with 16 through five games. He has 117 receiving yards, fifth on the team, and has a pair of touchdown receptions, both in the South Carolina State game when he had a career-high six receptions.
Geohaghan, a freshman from Allendale, has played in three of the five games so far this year. He has one tackle.
Clemson, ranked third in the this week’s AP poll, plays Boston College on Saturday at Memorial Stadium at 3:30 p.m.
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