All went well for Clemson’s new starting quarterback Kelly Bryant in last week’s opener against Kent State. Just like with Deshaun Watson, the Tiger offense showed its quick strike ability with Bryant scoring only 1:18 into the game. Bryant threw the ball very well completing 16-22 for 235 yards and 1 touchdown while rushing for 77 yards and a score. But that was against Kent State. He’ll face a much faster, stronger and overall talented defense this Saturday night against Auburn at Death Valley.
Kelly Bryant on his first start at Clemson and this week’s game with Auburn