TCITV: Parker Looks for More Consistency

TCITV: Parker Looks for More Consistency


TCITV: Parker Looks for More Consistency


Clemson starting quarterback Kyle Parker led the Clemson offense to 35 points and a victory over North Texas.  After the game Kyle spoke with the media.

“I thought we came out.  It is hard to know what to expect the first game.  They came out with tons of looks that honestly we haven’t prepare for.   The good thing is we came out and didn’t get discouraged.  We came out and kept going.  We had some drives where we scored on the first play and we also had some drives where we went three and out.  We just have to sit down and look at the film and get better,” said Parker.

Kyle know the team will get better as they review the film and focus on the details.

“We have a lot of talented players.  The biggest thing is we just need to become more consistent.  We can do that just by game planning.  I think it is tough on the first game.  We really didn’t know what to expect when we get out there. 

Kyle wasn’t surprised to see Andre Ellington and Jamie Harper play well.

“I think those are two guys that definitely have experience.  Everybody has seen them run before and they are really talented.  The biggest thing is they had a good offseason and got better.  You know what to expect whenever you give those guys the ball,” said Parker.

Kyle knows the offense will need to improve before they start conference play.

“There are a lot of things that we can get better at and we are going to have to be to be able to be successful in our conference.  We are just going to have to go in there and work hard each day and work at it,” said Parker.

Parker was 9-17 for 170 yards with two touchdowns and one interception on the afternoon.



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