Clemson offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Chad Morris wasn’t too pleased with the Tigers’ offense during Saturday’s scrimmage.
Morris explained, “I think they came out here pretty full of themselves. Not nearly what I wanted. As an offensive staff, not nearly what we wanted. I thought we let some of the elements get to us. We got a little soft. We were out of rhythm. Part of that is the first scrimmage. The other part of that is some of our veteran guys aren’t cuttin’ it right now, not like I want to see. They better step it up.”
“We’re turning the ball over. Turning it over in the red zone.”
“We can’t give an illusion at all that we’ve arrived because we ain’t done nothing yet.”
“I thought our tempo was okay. I thought we got tired because of the heat, then we slowed down.”
“When you turn the ball over in the red zone, it’s totally unacceptable.”
“We did do some good things. Don’t get me wrong. Hey, it’s alright. We’re going to go back to work on Monday.”
Clemson will host Troy in the season-opener on Saturday, September 3rd.