Elliott: ‘Any time you can run the ball you can dictate the pace of game’

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott saw the running game he wanted Saturday night as the second-ranked Tigers whipped No. 14 Louisville at Papa John’s Stadium in Louisville, Ky. Clemson rushed for 297 yards against a Louisville defense that led the nation in run defense coming into the game.

Elliott wasn’t ready to name Tavien Feaster the starter, but he had plenty of praise for the sophomore and all of the running backs.

TCI caught up with Elliott following the huge win.

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