Gilchrist: No Pressure, Next Game

Gilchrist: No Pressure, Next Game


Gilchrist: No Pressure, Next Game


Clemson starting corner Marcus Gilchrist knows he will have to stay disciplined on every play this week against the Jackets offense.

“Those are the types of things they get people on.  Because the percentages of runs are so high they catch guys coming up to play the run,’ said Gilchrist.

How does Marcus plan to keep from getting caught off guard?

“Discipline, you have to be disciplined enough on your technique to know that you have to get the job done every single snap,” replied Gilchrist.

Is there added pressure because the Tigers must likely run the table to win the division?

“No pressure, it is just the next game.  That is what we have been preaching all year.  It is the biggest game of the year because it is the next game,” replied Gilchrist.

How have things changed under two years of Dabo Swinney?

“He is just continuing the things that coach Bowden took pride in.  Just teamwork, we have a whole wall full of commandments that we go through and we read and see on a daily basis when we come here.  It is just enforcing those team commandments,” replied Gilchrist.

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