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Elliott says offense has work to do

Clemson co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott said the Tigers’ offense has some work to do after they completed a 99-play scrimmage inside the Poe Indoor Practice Facility on Wednesday.

“We have some work to do,” Elliott said after the scrimmage. “Obviously a lot of new faces were first time in the action, and going against a very, very good and experienced defensive front.”

Elliott said the offense has some good moments to and he was pleased with his four quarterbacks, though he said he wants to see more consistency from all of them when they get back from spring break.

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