Krall excited about new season

Clemson pitcher Pat Krall said he was anxious to get things going as the Tigers began fall practice on Friday at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Krall and the rest of the defending ACC Champions hosted the media as Clemson begins is journey to try and get the program back to Omaha after hosting a regional and being a national seed in 2016.

Krall talks about the expectations of 2017, the pitching staff, what he learned from the Oklahoma State game and on being a starter.

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