Clemson didn’t lose Saturday, and Dabo Swinney has always said the fun is in the winning, but there aren’t a lot of smiles around the football complex these days. An offense that has scored just two touchdowns against two FBS opponents has every Clemson fan concerned. If not for a beastly defense, the Tigers would be in a world of hurt. They survived Georgia Tech at home Saturday as a 28-point favorite. They go to NC State this Saturday as a 12-point favorite. Lack of offense at Carter-Finley will likely doom the Tigers.
Monday, Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott and defensive coordinator Brent Venables met with the media to discuss where things stand with their respective groups.