|Wednesday Clemson Football practice report|
|Clemson Athletic Communications - Wednesday, August 6, 2014 8:24 PM||
“I like to do that early because it sets the tempo for the rest of practice,” said Head Coach Dabo Swinney. The Tigers went through their normal flex period, then had the 10 minutes of pure hitting in the indoor facility before going outside in 90 degree temperatures for the rest of the practice.
“I was pleased with that first drill. It looked like the offense and the defense both competed very hard. I saw some good things. We are in the middle of a tough four-day period of the preseason.” The Tigers will have another afternoon of a two and a half hour practice on Thursday, then have two practices, one in the morning and one at night on Friday. Then Saturday will be the first stadium scrimmage.
“We need to work on the little things. Our program has the big things in that we have talented players and we have depth and experience. We have to concentrate on the little things, they make the difference. We have a lot to improve on.”
One of the casualties of the PAW drill was starting offensive tackle Isaiah BattleIsaiah Battle
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#79 6-7, 285
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But, as always, Swinney found a silver lining. “With Isaiah Battle out it allowed us to move some players around and get experience playing other positions. Kalon DavisKalon Davis
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#67 6-5, 340
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RS Jr. Offensive Tackle
#78 6-4, 306
Hope Mills, NC
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#58 6-3, 292
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Swinney also announced that tight end Stanton SeckingerStanton Seckinger
RS Jr. Tight End
#81 6-4, 241
Isle of Palms, SC
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“J.J. McCullough had a very good day and Jordan LeggettJordan Leggett
So. Tight End
#16 6-5, 251
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RS Fr. Tight End
#87 6-1, 240
View Full Profile will get some more action as well.” McCullough caught a pair of touchdown passes for over 100 yards combined during a 7-on-7 drill and also caught one scoring pass in a green zone 11 on 11 drill.
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