Photo: Rex Ryan on Clemson sidelines for Syracuse game

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Buffalo Bills' head coach Rex Ryan is at the Clemson-Syracuse game on Saturday afternoon at the Carrier dome.

However, he is not wearing a Clemson helmet on his head yet.

He is there supporting his son Seth Ryan on the football team and all the former Clemson players on his Bills' roster.

The Bills beat the Jets on Thursday so several former players (Sammy Watkins, Marcus Gilchrist, Jonathan Meeks, C.J. Spiller) are in town with some extra time with no game on Sunday to support Clemson.

Ryan had said during a press conference this week the following about Clemson.

"If you're a parent out there and you've got one of the best kids in the country, and want the complete package: academics, not so much with my kid, but academics, he's got to be a great player, all that stuff, you want to be coached by the best coaching staff in college football, you want to have success in the classroom as well as the playing field, take your kid to Clemson. I think that goes without saying," Ryan said.

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