Clemson Football vs. Wofford: Keys to the Game

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Nov 29, 2014; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) talks with wide receiver Artavis Scott (3) on the field during a timeout against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports

Key 2: Share the wealth

In my opinion, Clemson won’t turn the ball over and they will score early and often. What does that mean you need to do? Share the wealth. I want to see Mike Williams, Artavis Scott, Charone Peake, Trevion Thompson, Ray-Ray McCloud, Deon Cain, Germone Hopper, and others touch the ball at the wide receiver position. I want to see Jordan Leggett, Garrett Williams, and several other tight ends catch some passes for medium-range gains.

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As I said earlier, I want to see Wayne Gallman, Tyshon Dye, C.J. Davidson, C.J. Fuller, and Zac Brooks carry the ball out of the backfield. The best way for the offense to develop is for all of these play makers to get on the field and touch the ball. It’s one thing to get snaps in practice, but all of these guys need to be on the field touching the ball in a game situation to get better.

Not only will this make the guys better individually, but it will make the team better. The offense will start to strengthen their chemistry with one another and guys will be able to find their roles on the team. All of this combined will make for an elite offense with play makers all over the field at the skill positions.

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