Two-Minute Drill: Defense has a lot of work to do

Two-Minute Drill: Defense has a lot of work to do

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Two-Minute Drill: Defense has a lot of work to do

Two days after No. 2 Clemson defeated Texas A&M, the players and coaches are still talking about how impressed they were with the Aggies’ performance this past Saturday night in College Station, Texas.

However, the Tigers, from the players to the coaches, also talked about what they need improve on going forward and what they learned from this experience.

The Clemson Insider’s Ashley Pendergist and Katie Florio have more in Monday’s edition of the Two-Minute Drill.

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