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Scott knows offense as work to do

Clemson’s offense struggled for most of the afternoon in Saturday’s 30-24 victory over Troy in Death Valley.

The second-ranked Tigers had mistakes across the board offensively, whether it was on the offensive line, the running game, quarterback Deshaun Watson or his wide receivers. Clemson did not play well.

The Clemson Insider caught up with Clemson c0-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott following the game.

Watch what Scott said about the offense, his wide receivers and Watson on TCITV.

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