Freeman Focused on the Details

Freeman Focused on the Details


Freeman Focused on the Details


The Clemson offense played well in Saturday’s Death Valley scrimmage, especially the first team.  The offensive line was given credit by the staff and quarterback Kyle Parker.

“We have focused on the details.  We came out and played pretty well today,” said Dalton. caught up with Dalton Freeman after Saturday’s scrimmage.  Dalton Freeman says he is much more comfortable in year two as the starter. 

Experience is a key factor for the improved offensive line.  Dalton said the line still has some work to do before the game against North Texas.

“We have to keep working hard on the little things that make the difference between being good and great,” said Freeman.

Watch the starting center discuss the scrimmage, his comfort level in year two as a starter and much more!



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