Trevor Lawrence's sophomore season with No. 2 Clemson hasn't exactly gone according to plan. The 6-foot-6, 220-pound quarterback came into the season as one of the favorites for the Heisman Trophy after leading his team to a national championship and undefeated season, but has thrown more interceptions this year (five) than he threw during the entire 2018 season (four).
What's the problem? Rumors circulated earlier this week that Lawrence had an MRI to examine a bruised shoulder he's had since the Texas A&M game in Week 2. Coach Dabo Swinney has had enough with that rumor, and went off when asked about it on Wednesday.
"No, I'm not confirming any of that," Swinney said. "And I don't want anybody texting me anymore. I had a media guy text me the other night. You know, that's private information. That's private information. If I want anybody to know our medical stuff, I'll tell you. We'll put it on the injury report. But people texting me on my phone to ask me information that's not public information that I wouldn't put out unless it's something that needed to be put out is bad business."