Photo: Rex Ryan shows up to presser wearing a Clemson helmet

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pic courtesy: David Ely

Buffalo Bills' head coach Rex Ryan showed up at his Tuesday press conference donning a Clemson football helmet.

"If you want to be coached by the best coaching staff in the country, take your son to Clemson," Ryan said.

Ryan is a huge supporter of the Clemson football program and his son Seth Ryan is a walk-on redshirt sophomore wide receiver for the Tigers.

Rex also said the Clemson has "the best holder in the country (Seth Ryan)."

The Bills came out of their bye week and defeated the Miami Dolphins 33-17 on Sunday afternoon. Former Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins had a career-high performance with 181 yards which was 93% of his team's receiving yards. It was the highest percentage of a team's receiving yards since Qadry Ismail had 258 receiving yards out of 268 yards on Dec. 16, 1999.

Rex Ryan said that he will be cheering on his son at the Clemson-Syracuse game on Saturday afternoon.

Swinney said the following comments about Ryan at his Tuesday media press conference. "I just saw it. He's crazy. I love him," Swinney said.

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