WATCH: Lawrence used bye week to relax, fish


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WATCH: Lawrence used bye week to relax, fish

Clemson starting quarterback Trevor Lawrence spoke to the media Monday sharing what he did during his weekend with no game.

"It was really nice to go home," he said with a smile. "I went home this weekend and relaxed a little bit spending time with the family. It was much needed. It was good. When I go home, I just kinda hang out around the house with the family and see my friends."

Lawrence was asked about his high-profile celebrity-standing when he returns home to Cartersville.

"I don't go out much too much in public so I don't have to deal with any of that kind of stuff. This weekend, I laid around the house and went fishing and stuff. It was cool."

It appears that fishing is a pretty big deal for some of the Clemson players as Cade Stewart, John Simpson, and Lawrence went fishing during their off-week.

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