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.”
Clemson drilled The Citadel for Military Appreciation Day winning 61-3 in front of 80,618 in Memorial Stadium. The Tigers racked up a season high 662 yards, including 479 passing yards. The defense also held the (…)
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