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Clemson played 111 players in Saturday’s win over Charlotte, the offense executed at a higher level than it has in recent weeks and the young players on the defense continue to shine.
The nation’s number one center for the 2021 recruiting cycle took in Clemson’s 52-10 demolition of Charlotte Saturday night in Death Valley, and everything from the final score to the Disney movie shot at halftime to the number of players who took the field resonated.
It was difficult to keep up with everyone defensive coordinator Brent Venables was running onto the field Saturday night, even for Clemson’s PA announcer who mistakenly credited Venables with a tackle, instead of his son Jake.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney didn’t waste any time getting his reserves into the Tigers’ 52-10 victory over Charlotte. Swinney and the coaching staff liberally substituted at every position on the field starting in the second quarter and played a program-record 111 players in the win.
Top-ranked Clemson scored early and often and went deep into the bench as early as the second quarter en route to a 52-10 plastering of C-USA foe Charlotte in Death Valley Saturday evening. Clemson improves to 4-0 with the win and Charlotte falls to 2-2. The game was the 150th of head coach Dabo Swinney’s career and the Tigers are 120-30 in those 150 games.
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