Wofford coach talks about playing against Clemson


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Wofford head coach Mike Ayers spoke to the media on Monday afternoon and talked about his team's preparation to play Clemson in Death Valley this weekend.

"I think that there is no doubt that Clemson is an outstanding football team," Ayers said. "That are very well coached and they have players that play the game the way that it is supposed to be played. To have an opportunity to be successful against people like that, you got to do things extremely well. We have to execute at a high level, we got to make plays when the opportunity arises and we got to play for sixty minutes. The big thing that we are preaching is consistency from the opening kickoff to the final whistle and if we are consistent, then we will have our chance."

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