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WATCH: Lawrence on staring down the South Carolina bench

WATCH: Lawrence on staring down the South Carolina bench


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Clemson freshman signal-caller Trevor Lawrence wasn't fazed with his first taste of the Palmetto Bowl as No. 2 Clemson won handily 56-35 on Saturday night.

Lawrence discussed his short stare down at the Gamecock sidelines after his touchdown pass to Tee Higgins.

"We've been talking all week," he said about the rivalry. "We see videos. There is a lot of stuff in this rivalry. I was kinda looking at the crowd but then I was facing the bench so I might as well look at them too. It's all fun and just glad we pulled out the win."

Lawrence discussed the shootout between himself and South Carolina QB Jake Bentley:

“I didn’t really know [if that would happen]. I knew we were prepared and played a good game. We did what we set out, which is to win the game, so I’m really proud of that.”

He finished up with 435 total yards and a touchdown during the game.

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