B.J. Goodson learning quickly as he can
“It’s been more of a mental challenge than anything else,” said Goodson of making the transition from high school to college. “You’ve got to learn how to balance your schedule with both school and football. When I’m not in class, at the library or studying, I’m at practice or in the film room. There’s not a lot of free time.”
As for playing for Head Coach Dabo Swinney and the rest of Clemson’s coaching staff, Goodson says he is trying to learn all he can as quickly as he can.
“I want to help this team improve in whatever way I can so that we can win another ACC title,” Goodson said. “I think we can get to a BCS bowl. I believe in our guys and in our coaching staff.”
And what was it like, running down the hill atDeath Valley, slapping Howard’s Rock and running out on Frank Howard Field in front of 85,000 loud and proud Clemson fans?
“It’s was incredible,” said Goodson. “You definitely get a big rush when you look around and hear the crowd. It gets you pumped up and ready to play.”
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