Leggett Friday Postgame

Leggett Friday Postgame


Leggett Friday Postgame


By Trey McCurry.

TheClemsonInsider.com caught up with Clemson head coach Jack Leggett following the Tiger’s loss to Georgia Tech Friday night in 13 innings.








On the game tonight:

We had a three-run lead that we needed and got our big hit. We have been waiting on that type of hit all season long and Felder had a big three-run homer for us. After that, I thought we had a great chance to win the ballgame right there and we let it slip away. We have to gather ourselves and come back tomorrow. Brady did a nice job for us starting and then Campbell came in and did a nice job before he got hurt. We just could not hold on. We walked the first two guys in the ninth and that is never a good thing. They came up with a couple of big hits and we put ourselves in a tough position to win.

On Brady and Campbell’s injuries:

Brady just hurt himself stretching on a play at first. Campbell’s injury was the same spot he was having trouble with a couple of weeks ago. It looks like he will be out a little while for sure.

On the pitching going forward:

I am not even thinking about it right now. We have to collect ourselves, get some rest, and come back tomorrow ready to play.

On Felder’s hit:

It was a big hit for us, but it really does not mean anything for us right now. It was a big hit for him and good to see out of him. It was a big time for us.



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