Napier Excited to See First Year Players

Napier Excited to See First Year Players


Napier Excited to See First Year Players


Clemson offensive coordinator Billy Napier met with the media Tuesday to discuss the battle with the Mean Green from North Texas.

The staff quickly turned to their game week routine this week.

“As a staff we turned the clock back on Monday and treated it like a game week.  Each assistant coach is paying attention to the details and taking pride that they can do their jobs,” said Napier.

With only 12 games on the schedule every time you suit up it is exciting.

“Yeah, I think everything we do is suited for this game.  Each game is one of twelve as coach Swinney said yesterday.  I would like to see us play 14 game and expect that.  Giving he amount of time the staff and players prepare for these games.  Each time you get ready for one it is exciting.  Any time you get to play this game it is exciting,” said Napier.

Billy is excited to see how he offense does, but especially the guys who have never played in Death Valley.

“I am really excited to see how the first year players do.  Those are the ones I am really excited to see,” said Napier.

Watch coach Napier discuss the excitement of the home opener, what he hopes to see Saturday and much more!



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