Tigers forced to cancel two practices for 'improper attire' (update: decision reversed)

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Update August 10: The NCAA has reversed it's decision. Clemson Athletics has a few details.

First reporting:

The Clemson Tigers football team has been punished for breaking an NCAA rule regarding improper practice attire.

An unnamed source turned turned them into the ACC for wearing compression shorts with padding under their mesh shorts during practice. The NCAA rules say that players can only wear helmet, jersey and shorts the first two days the five-day acclimation period to open practices.

The State has the full story.

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