CLEMSON, S.C. -- Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says the three players suspended for the 16th-ranked Tigers' opener at No. 12 Georgia, including returning starters defensive end Corey Crawford and offensive lineman David Beasley, won't get a reprieve from their one-game punishments.<br />
Swinney suspended Crawford, Beasley, backup cornerback Garry Peters and reserve offensive lineman Shaq Anthony in March for undisclosed violation of team rules. Last week, Anthony announced his intentions to transfer.<br />
Swinney says all had worked hard and shown good character since March. But the coach says there are consequences for their actions.<br />
Crawford, a senior, would've started opposite All-American end Vic Beasley. David Beasley started seven games along the offensive line.<br />
Swinney says the three will be allowed to travel with the team to Georgia if they want.
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