MARK BERMAN TAKES ANOTHER LOOK BACK AT WHAT WRONG AGAINST CLEMSON here. Interesting tidbit here: [Coach Frank Beamer] and [quarterback Logan Thomas] brought up the band when discussing the false-start penalty on Tech guard Greg Nosal that turned a third-and-goal from the Clemson 2-yard line into a third-and-goal from the 7. After that second-quarter penalty, which followed a timeout, Thomas threw an incomplete pass and Tech had to settle for a field goal. “Usually the band’s great with us, but they were loud and we couldn’t hear the snap count, so we jump offsides,” Beamer said. “The band was playing and the center [Andrew Miller] just didn’t hear the snap count,” Thomas said.
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