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Chad Kelly, a former Red Lion quarterback, suffered a serious knee injury during Clemson's spring football game Saturday, according to The Associated Press.

Clemson says Chad Kelly may have a torn ACL, most serious of three knee injuries (Kalon Davis, Sam Cooper, the others)— Pete Iacobelli (@PIacobelli_AP) April 13, 2013

Kelly, a backup quarterback for the Tigers, had thrown a 16-yard touchdown pass for the game's first points, according to the Clemson athletics Twitter account. The score capped a 43-yard drive for the Orange team in which Kelly went 6-for-7 passing with 14 rushing yards.

Orange team scores first, a 16-yard TD from Chad Kelly to Charone Peak. Kelly was 6-7 for 43 yards on that drive, and had 14 yds rushing.— Clemson Athletics (@CU_athletics) April 13, 2013

Kelly tweeted about his injury:

Thank You Everyone For Your Support,My Injury Is in God's Hands Now. Hope My Knee Will Be Good,And I'll Come Back Even More Hungry.#GoTigers— Chad Kelly (@ChadKelly11) April 13, 2013

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