Two-Minute Drill: When Brice's opportunity came he was prepared

Two-Minute Drill: When Brice's opportunity came he was prepared

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Two-Minute Drill: When Brice's opportunity came he was prepared

Clemson quarterback Chase Brice had to step up and fill some big shoes on Saturday against Syracuse after starter Trevor Lawrence left the game with what turned out to be a neck strain in the Tigers’ win over the Orange.

The Clemson Insider’s Ashley Pendergist has more from Clemson as players and co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott had a lot to say about Chase Brice’s performance in the Syracuse win.

Watch more in TCI’s Two-Minute Drill.

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