CLEMSON, S.C. – On Monday, Clemson was on fall break and the players were allowed to sleep in before attending an offensive meeting at 10 a.m.
That’s when offensive coordinator Chad Morris woke them up.
“I’ve never seen him that fired up,” center Dalton Freeman said.
Clemson fans might say the same about the Tigers’ offense on Saturday against North Carolina.
Seven different players accounted for touchdowns in Clemson’s 59-38 romp of the Tar Heels, including defensive end Kourtnei Brown, who returned two turnovers for scores. It seemed as if Clemson had more playmakers than North Carolina had defenders on the field. Only one other time in school history – against Wake Forest in 1981 – had Clemson scored more points
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