Scott says offense accepted the challenge

Clemson co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott says the offense accepted their challenge to come out and show what they were made of at Boston College with their three quick touchdowns in the first quarter. He said they were also pleased with the way they finished the game with four more touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters.

Scott spoke to the media on Monday about the win at BC and previews the upcoming game against NC State.

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