Former Clemson offensive lineman Roman Fry had hopes of one day playing in the National Football League. And while those hopes can still be realized, just six months removed from his college career, he's also working towards another goal - coaching.
As the 2007 NFL Draft approaches, defensive end Gaines Adams hopes he's one of the first five players selected. Meanwhile, offensive guard Roman Fry isn't even sure he's going to be picked. Such is life following a major knee injury.
CLEMSON – For someone who had never been through a serious injury, as he lay on the Memorial Stadium field looking to the sky, Roman Fry was pretty sure something was terribly wrong with his left knee.
October 23, 2006
Clemson starting offensive guard and Outland Trophy Candidate Roman Fry suffered a torn ACL in the first quarter of Clemson's victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday night and will be
lost for the season.
October 22, 2006
CLEMSON - CUTigers.com sat down with offensive lineman Roman Fry earlier this week to get his thoughts on the North Carolina game coming up Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
September 21, 2006
CLEMSON – Football has been Roman Fry's passion since he was a boy. He's loved it, embraced it and has given it as much respect any player possibly could. Now, the game is there for him just when he needs it most.
August 10, 2006
It was learned Monday that the Clemson offensive lineman Roman Fry was the one driving the waverunner that struck and killed Tigers assistant track coach Jarrett Foster Saturday
evening on Lake Keowee.
While the Clemson football team waits for the second session of summer workouts to begin and the arrival of incoming freshmen, CUTigers.com offers several news and notes from the first workout session.