ESPN: BC undaunted by Clemson's speed, weapons

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From ESPN:

The Eagles say the experience of having played two similar offenses already will help, even though both games ended in losses.

They won’t have to rewrite the playbook to deal with Clemson’s speed and tempo.

“I’ve said in the past that all of our defenses are sound,” Nick Clancy said. “They’re designed to stop anybody. It doesn’t really matter if you’re fast or not. There’re guys that are able to split defenses because of their talent, because of their ability, but you don’t really prepare for a guy to be fast. You just kind of expect it.”

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