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TNET: WATCH: Clemson offense postgame interviews


Posted: Jan 2, 2018, 2:23 AM
 

WATCH: Clemson offense postgame interviews

The Sugar Bowl held an open locker room after the game and TigerNet caught up with a number of Tigers on the offensive side of the ball after the 24-6 defeat to Read Update »


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Re: TNET: WATCH: Clemson offense postgame interviews


Posted: Jan 2, 2018, 9:02 AM
 

It was a tough and very painful game to watch. KB obviously didn't bring his A game last night. Why the coaches did not give another QB a chance to play? They do that with all of the other positions. Once AL took away KB's running game and forced him to beat them through the air, the game was over. Also with the expectations that we had the better O and D line going into the game, that was dispelled also. AL whipped us up front all night.

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Posted: Jan 2, 2018, 11:55 AM
 

Do you seriously think that if another QB went into the game that it would've yielded a different result? If you think that then there's something wrong with you! Any QB would've been absolutely destroyed given the way our O-Line played. Not saying that KB didn't make some bad decisions but heck, he was running for his life all game long and didn't have anyone blocking whatsoever! Defense played very well but our O couldn't bust a #### grape! HOWEVER, it was an AMAZING season which exceeded EVERYONE'S expectations for a "rebuilding year". I'm very proud of KB and this team to come out and have a dominant season. Clemson fans are getting to #### spoiled and ungrateful. Better be thankful for this time at Clemson because it won't last forever. Go Tigers!

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Posted: Jan 2, 2018, 5:18 PM
 

We will never know if any of the other QBs would have made a difference. Even Saban played 2 QBs. KB obviously never got into a rhythm. With your logic we should never change horses. One QB, one RB, .... the entire game. Why do our coaches play multiple RBs, multiple receivers,...?

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