Closer Look at Kelly Bryant’s Game-by-Game Statistics, Results at Clemson

By Otis Kirk

Arkansas’ Chad Morris and a group of assistants will see Kelly Bryant on Thursday for a much anticipated in-home visit. 

Bryant left Clemson following the fourth game of the 2018 season so he could use it as a redshirt year. Arkansas, Mississippi State, Missouri, Auburn and North Carolina are all trying to land Bryant who will have one year of eligibility remaining. He will announce his decision on Tuesday, Dec. 4. 

Bryant will enroll at his new school in January and go through spring practice. He is a dual-threat quarterback. 

In four years at Clemson, Bryant was 16-2 as a starter with the Tigers. He lost his starting job to true freshman Trevor Lawrence following the Georgia Tech game this past season.

Entering 2018, Bryant was rated the No. 53 player in the nation in the preseason by NFL.com. Athlon picked him fourth-team All-ACC. 

At Clemson, Bryant finished with 310 of 469 passing for 3,333 yards and 16 touchdowns with 10 interceptions. He rushed 257 times for 987 yards and 16 touchdowns. 

Here’s a look at each game Bryant played in at Clemson. Remember he didn’t start any games in 2015 and 2016 then started 14 games in 2017 and the four he played in 2018.

2015 Season (True Freshman)

Wofford College, W 49-10, Passing 3-4, 19 yards. Rushing 2 for 15 yards. 

Appalachian State, W 41-10, Passing 1-1, 0 yards. Rushing 3 for 17 yards.

Georgia Tech, W 43-24, Passing 0-0, 0 yards. Rushing 3 for -1 yard. 

Boston College, W 34-17, Passing 0-0, 0 yards. Rushing 1 for 5 yards.

Miami, W 58-0, Passing 1-1, 4 yards. Rushing 5 for 59 yards, 2 touchdowns.

Syracuse, W 37-27, Passing 0-0, 0 yards. Rushing 1 for 3 yards.

Wake Forest, W 33-13, Passing 2-3, 4 yards. Rushing 8 for 58 yards.

North Carolina, W 45-37, Passing 0-0, 0 yards. Rushing 0-0 yards.

2016 Season (Sophomore)

South Carolina State, W 59-0, Passing 4-5, 27 yards, 1 touchdown. Rushing 7 for 15 yards.

Boston College, W 56-10, Passing 0-0, 0 yards. Rushing 1 for 6 yards.

Syracuse, W 54-0, Passing 2-4, 21 yards. Rushing 2 for -4 yards.

South Carolina, W 56-7, Passing 0-0, 0 yards. Rushing 2 for 5 yards, 1 touchdown.

2017 Season (Junior)

Kent State, W 56-3, Passing 16-22, 236 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception. Rushing 7 for 77 yards, 1 touchdown.

Auburn, W 14-6, Passing 19-29, 181 yards. Rushing 19 for 59 yards, 2 touchdowns. 

Louisville, W 47-21, Passing 22-32, 316 yards, 1 touchdown. Rushing 18 for 26 yards, 2 touchdowns.

Boston College, W 34-7, Passing 17-26, 140 yards, 2 interceptions. Rushing 22 for 106 yards, 2 touchdowns.

Virginia Tech, W 31-17, Passing 12-21, 186 yards, 1 touchdown. Rushing 19 for 94 yards.

Wake Forest, W 28-14, Passing 21-29, 200 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception. Rushing 12 for 39 yards.

Syracuse, L 24-27, Passing 12-17, 116 yards. Rushing 4 for -8 yards.

Georgia Tech, W 24-10, Passing 22-33, 207 yards, 2 touchdowns. Rushing 12 for 67 yards.

North Carolina State, W 38-31, Passing 20-38, 151 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception. Rushing 20 for 88 yards, 2 touchdowns.

Florida State, W 31-14, Passing 20-30 151 yards. Rushing 19 for 60 yards and 1 touchdown.

The Citadel, W 61-3, Passing 17-22 230 yards, 3 touchdowns. Rushing 2 for 5 yards.

South Carolina, W 34-10, Passing 23-34 272 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception. Rushing 10 for 26 yards.

Miami, W 38-3, Passing 23-29, 252 yards, 1 touchdown. Rushing 9 for 7 yards, 1 touchdown.

Alabama, L 6-24, Passing 18-36, 124 yards, 2 interceptions. Rushing 19 for 19 yards. 

2018 Season (Senior)

Furman, W 48-7, Passing 11-17, 132 yards, 1 touchdown. Rushing 5 for 44 yards, 1 touchdown.

Texas A&M, W 28-26, Passing 12-17, 205 yards, 1 touchdown. Rushing 15 for 54 yards, 1 touchdown.

 Georgia Southern, W 38-7, Passing 7-10, 68 yards, 1 interception. Rushing 6 for 27 yards.

Georgia Tech, W 49-21, Passing 6-10, 56 yards. Rushing 4 for 5 yards. 

 

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