Elliott: 'We wanted to come out and run the football'

Elliott: 'We wanted to come out and run the football'

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Elliott: 'We wanted to come out and run the football'

Clemson co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott spoke with the media following Saturday’s 38-7 victory over Georgia Southern at Death Valley on Saturday.

Clemson’s offense totaled 595 yards, while the rushing attack gained 309. Running back Travis Etienne rushed for a career-high 162 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the offense.

After the game, Elliott said, “We wanted to come out and run the ball.”

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