Tigers win at NC State, take aim at Seminoles

By Eric Sprott
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — According to Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, the Tigers didn’t play their best game Saturday at N.C. State by any stretch of the imagination.

Furthermore, during his weekly teleconference Sunday evening, he added quarterback Kelly Bryant turned in the worst performance of his season, as he threw an early interception that the No. 20 Wolfpack turned into points, while he also struggled with his deep ball.

But, Swinney said, there’s plenty of room for encouragement, as the Tigers overcame a halftime deficit en route to a 38-31 victory that gave them their third road win over a ranked team this season — a feat the program last accomplished in 1950.

“First and foremost, we responded,” he said. “The reality is, when you watch the tape, we really

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