Watson: "The things that we can fix will be fixed"

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Clemson junior quarterback Deshaun Watson spoke to the local media on Monday following the team's 19-13 road victory against Auburn on Saturday night.

"My personal performance was solid. I had a couple of missed throws, a couple of BIJs (ball in jeopardy), and a couple of things like that,” Watson said. "As a whole, the offense did a good job. Sometimes we kind of slipped up at times when we needed it. The tempo could have been better and that’s on me. I am responsible for driving the team and making sure everybody is set. All of the things that can be fixed will be fixed this week."

Watson finished the game completing 19-for-34 passes for 248 yards with a passing touchdown and an interception for a quarterback rating of 121.0. He also had 11 rushing attempts for 21 yards.

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