Clemson co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott said on Tuesday the Tigers have to put the loss to Syracuse behind them and move onto the next step, which is improving during the bye week.
“Yesterday was all about taking ownership in that and finding ways to get that corrected and then learning from it and then moving on,” he said. “That is a big part of what we do here. Obviously, we have a lot of wins.
“It is about what is next. You have to learn from the good or the bad, win or lose. You have to put your eyes forward and move on and that is what we will do.”
After collecting an offer from Clemson last month, four-star wide receiver Frank Ladson checked out the school and program for the first time this weekend. The touted 2019 recruit from Miami (Fla.) South (…)
Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage four-star defensive end Mike Morris made his first visit to Clemson on Saturday. Morris was among the standout 2019 recruits that attended Clemson’s elite junior day. (…)
Clemson is among the programs trying to flip four-star Alabama commitment Pierce Quick. The highly touted 2019 offensive tackle from Trussville (Ala.) Hewitt-Trussville visited Clemson on Saturday for (…)
Four-star offensive lineman Harry Miller has been a frequent visitor to Clemson. The Buford (Ga.) prospect is a priority target for the Tigers in the 2019 class. He returned to Clemson again on Saturday for (…)
Clemson played host to around two dozen prospects on Saturday for the program’s elite junior day. One of the top prospects in attendance was Virginia Beach (Va.) Bishop Sullivan four-star cornerback Sheridan (…)
Saturday was busy for the Clemson football staff. Not only did the Tigers host a pair of 2018 prospects for official visits, but they also held their annual elite junior day for top recruits in the 2019 (…)