Buice to Transfer

Buice to Transfer

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Buice to Transfer

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Clemson, SC—Clemson red-shirt freshman running back Demont Buice has decided to leave the football team and plans to transfer to another school at the end of the semester. Buice met with Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney on Monday.

“We hate to see Demont leave our program,” said Swinney.  “We were pleased with his progress, but he wants more immediate playing time so he will transfer at the end of the semester.  We have granted him a release  and  wish him the best.”

Buice, who came to Clemson from  Gaston High School in Gadsden, AL, red-shirted the 2010 season.  He had an outstanding spring game with 102 yards on 18 carries.   He missed the Troy game, the season opener  this year with an injury, then played each of the last five games on special teams and had two tackles.

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