Taylor’s Take: Elliott’s View of His Offense

Taylor’s Take: Elliott’s View of His Offense

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Taylor’s Take: Elliott’s View of His Offense

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During Clemson’s spring practices, offensive coordinator Tony Elliott reiterated when the Tigers have a tight end that can be a legitimate playmaker, they are hard to stop. He said it again during fall camp.

He proved to be right in No. 1 Clemson’s win over Wake Forest last Saturday. The Tigers’ three tight ends—Braden Galloway, Davis Allen and J.C. Chalk—combined to catch seven passes for 114 yards and a touchdown in the victory.

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