Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney provided a new injury update for freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence during a teleconference appearance this evening. Here’s the latest.Lawrence, a five-star freshman, had to leave his first-career start on Saturday after taking a big blow to his head in the comeback win over Syracuse.The true freshman QB is doing much better today, though, according to Swinney.Lawrence’s status for next weekend’s game has yet to be determined, though.“All that stuff is Danny and the doctor. He actually was really good, he was trying to come back in the game yesterday but anytime you get anything with the head and neck area, there’s just no room for error there. So they shut him down and he actually was really good after the game and he was very good this morning, felt great. I think they were very encouraged by what they saw. He’s going to work out and they’ll continue to evaluate him and hopefully will see. But will go with what we got. Based on what they said I would expect that, but that’s all up to those guys,” Swinney said.Clemson came from behind against Syracuse on Saturday, remaining undefeated on the season.The Tigers are set to take on Wake Forest next weekend.
US BILLIONAIRE JOHN Malone has completed a reported €65 million deal for Dublin’s iconic Westin Hotel.The Westmoreland Street property is the latest addition to Malone’s Irish portfolio, which also includes the Trinity City Hotel on Pearse Street and the Hilton on Charlemont Place.Malone, who has invested in the three properties through with the Lalco Hotel Group, was dubbed ‘The Cable King’ in the US after a twenty-four year stint with telecommunications giant TCI.Malone is the largest individual land-owner in the US, with a holding of close to 2.2 million acres in Maine, Maryland, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming.Lalco director John Lally said that the Westin “fits exceptionally well with the profile of our other properties in terms of location and iconic status and our objective is to maintain its position as one of Ireland’s leading five star hotels.”In addition to the Dublin hotels, Lalco also runs The Strand in Limerick, The Harbour Hotel in Galway and the Glenlo Abbey Hotel and Golf Club.Read: Hotel sales are up by €84 million this year>Read: Done deal – Mount Juliet resort sold to private equity player for €15 million>