Dabo Swinney joined the media via conference call, Sunday, on the heels of Clemson’s 30-20 victory over NC State at Death Valley. Swinney was especially pleased with the way his defense responded, holding the Wolfpack to 279 yards and a paltry 34 yards rushing. Swinney also updated the status of defensive tackle Bryan Bresee, who missed the game due to a non-football medical issue, saying that Bresee is “day-to-day” and “things are trending in the right direction.”
Following consecutive wins over ranked opponents, Clemson (5-0, 3-0) heads back out on the road for Saturday’s game at Boston College. The Eagles are coming off a dramatic 34-33 victory over Louisville. Kickoff from Chestnut Hill, Mass., is set for 7:30 p.m.