Hairston: "Overall play was very average"

Hairston: "Overall play was very average"


Hairston: "Overall play was very average"


Clemson senior offensive tackle Chris Hairston helped the offense have several big plays Saturday afternoon in Death Valley.

“We were able to have big plays.  We had guys that were able to step up,” said Hairston.

Although the Tigers showed big play ability the team can play much better.

“Overall our play was very average.  We had a lot of mistakes that we can’t have,” said Hairston.

Watch Chris talk with the media about the North Texas game, where improvement is needed and much more!



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