The coach responded to the injury.
Before he became a rookie sensation in the NFL, Deshaun Watson led the Clemson Tigers to back-to-back trips to the national title, defeating Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide once.
On Thursday, Watson went down on a non-contact injury during practice.
Following the practice, it was revealed that Watson suffered a torn ACL, and his rookie season had come to an abrupt end.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said he spoke with Watson after the injury.
Houston fans, and football fans across the world, are hoping Watson can come back the way he came back from his injury in 2014. Watson was tied for the NFL lead with 19 touchdown passes, and was on his way to breaking several rookie records.