TCITV: Brownell Press Conference

TCITV: Brownell Press Conference


TCITV: Brownell Press Conference


Clemson head coach Brad Brownell discusses the Tigers 76-41 victory over Delaware State and the four game winning streak.

Jerai Grant continues to lead the Tigers as he gains more confidence with each win.

“I think he’s gaining confidence from good play. I don’t think Jerai has ever been counted on. I don’t know if he’s ever gotten the amount of
touches that he’s gotten. It’s clear that he and Demontez (Stitt) are two guys that have some experience and need to play well for us to win. As
he’s had some good success, he’s gotten more confident and been more aggressive. Our team has been looking for him. It’s a little path of
momentum that you hope to ride for a while because he’s a big part of what we’ve got to do.”

The extra practice time as helped the Tigers improve over the past few weeks.

“I think we’ve improved a lot over the last two weeks. I think our understanding of all the things I want is better. We’re trying to be
better possession by possession and not having letdowns and not always playing the scoreboard, but playing the next possession. We have shown
maturity in that. But we’ve got to continue to do it against better people all the time.”

Watch coach Brownell discuss the victory, the play of Jerai Grant, the improving offense and much more on TCITV:



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