Parker: Work to be Done

Parker: Work to be Done


Parker: Work to be Done


Clemson’s Kyle Parker met with the media Monday after the morning practice, the first of two on Monday.

Parker was asked if he on days like today he wished he had taken the money and signed with the Rockies.  Kyle joked that he would likely have those thoughts every day until the first game of the season.  The Tiger’s starting quarterback went on to say he is glad the opener is not tomorrow because there is work to be done first.

Kyle said there are a couple of guys on offense stepping up and showing they will be playmakers to help replace the losses of Spiller, Ford and Palmer.  The Tigers need others to step into that role as well according to Parker.

Watch the two-sport star discuss Monday’s practice, the playmakers on offense and much more!



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