Dabo Swinney

Not a pretty game by any stretch of the imagination, but that’s usually how the first few games of the football season go. Clemson football beat Georgia Tech 41-10 despite committing errors including miscommunication and a fumble inside the ultra-modern Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

In comparison to last year’s nail-biter in Death Valley, which ended 14-8, that was a huge improvement, but it still wasn’t quite good enough. In the words of Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, “I think for the most part, aside from a few instances here and there, we played relatively clean for the opener.” It would be a bit of a letdown if this happened around the middle of the season.

Our ability to run the ball is something that needs work. It’s clear that there’s a lot of clutter that can be removed. Before facing Wake Forest and NC State again, Clemson plays Furman and Louisiana Tech, giving them a chance to hone their skills and “clean house” before the rematches.

Swinney said he has watched a lot of football over the past week in light of the Tigers’ unusual Labor Day opening and that he has benefited from this. From watching games like NC State vs. East Carolina, Appalachian State vs. North Carolina, and Florida State vs. LSU, he was reminded of the importance of special teams and what to do and what not to do.

Dabo Swinney

Monday saw an important role for special teams. Will Shipley scored on two short runs after the Tigers blocked punts from Georgia Tech. Though they had a tough first half, the offense seemed to wake up as they were put under pressure in the second. Maybe quarterback DJ Uiagalelei only needed some pressure to get him warmed up because he played well in the second half and the offense scored 27 points.

You could feel some stress when the score was 14-10, Swinney said. And I think we wore them down in the fourth quarter, so I’m really proud of how we responded. I’m really impressed with DJ’s quick thinking and decisive action tonight. I suppose the fact that nothing went perfectly was a blessing in disguise.

KJ Henry was seen dancing late into the night on Labor Day celebrating his perfect start, which, no matter how you look at it, is a 1-0 record.

“Every win, I’m dancing my tail off,” said Henry, who had been celebrating after making six tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss (including a sack), and forcing a turnover. This is exactly what I was up to.” My sanity was just unraveling in there. A must-see, if you ask me.

Dabo Swinney

To be sure, Swinney did. Perhaps he was dancing as well. He has been urging his players to “win the opening” for weeks since he sees it as a first step toward their ultimate goal.

“We’ve won the opener with every championship team I’ve coached,” Swinney boasted. This was a promising beginning for us, but the best teams only get stronger from here on out. So that’s what we’ll have to do.

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Swinney’s Tigers in 2019 Continued the Dominance of The Previous Season, Sweeping the Entire Sec, Including Wins Over South Carolina and Texas A&m. a 21-20 Road Victory Over Mack Brown’s North Carolina Tar Heels in Week 5 Was the Only Scare.

Their Final Seven Regular Season Games Were Won by An Average of 41.7 Points, and Their Six Consecutive Wins by 35 Points or More Are the Longest Such Stretch in The Modern Era. the 2019 Tigers Allowed the Fewest Points (10.6) and Yards (244.7) per Game in The Country. They Also Held All of Their Opponents to Under 300 Yards of Total Offense During the Regular Season.

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In the Deciding Game, Swinney’s Team Thoroughly Defeated Virginia, Giving Him His Sixth Acc Title Overall (although They Were Unable to Hold Virginia Under 300 Yards of Total Offense [387]).

This Winning Streak was extended to seven games with a final score of 62-17. Clemson was given the No. 3 seed in the CFP and will play No. 2 seed Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl Semifinal on December 8. They won the game 29–23 over Ohio State, securing their spot in the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship on January 13. They were defeated by the LSU Tigers, 42-25, in the championship game.

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