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Venables proud of Edmond

It was not the best his defensive unit has played this year, but Brent Venables’ defense did make the biggest play when it mattered the most as defensive back Marcus Edmond intercepted a Ryan Finley pass in the end zone on NC State’s first play of overtime to secure No. 3 Clemson’s 24-17 victory on Saturday in Death Valley.

After the game, Venables spoke to media about Edmond, the defense is general and what they can do to improve over the next two weeks before visiting No. 14 Florida State in Tallahassee on Oct. 29.

 

Photo Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

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