Elliott: Offense dialed things back in second half

ATLANTA — Third-ranked Clemson came out blazing in the first half of Thursday’s 26-7 victory at Georgia Tech.

The Tigers amassed 347 yards in the first half on 56 plays, while building a 23-0 lead. However, co-offenisve coordinator Tony Elliott said they dialed things back in the second half due to the way the defense was playing.

Watch Elliott’s conversation with the media after the win at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

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