Have the Tigers fans already “Clemsoned” all over themselves before Saturday’s kickoff? A proposed “Silent Out” has been created in response to Bobby Petrino’s comments in his Monday presser. Here’s what Petrino said.
“To be real honest with you, it’s gonna be very similar to last week,” Petrino said. “That was a loud place. It was extremely, I don’t know if it can get any louder, even though the crowd wasn’t that big. On that first third down and everyone started screaming and yelling, maybe it can’t get any louder than that. The stadium will be big. There will be a lot of people there. The field’s the same length. The goal posts are the same height.”
Clemson twitter is a bit more quiet about Petrino’s comments than they were after the 2012 Orange Bowl debacle. If schadenfreude were a color it would be orange and purple, as we’ve all learned from the act of delivering inexplicably disappointing performances, more commonly referred to as Clemsoning.
I’m looking forward to 80,000+ playing Don’t Wake Daddy in Death Valley.
Gallman Could Be The Sole Starting Running Back For Clemson
Wayne Gallman appears to be the sole starting running back for Clemson this weekend. Outside of NCST and SCST games, he’s been ineffective.
29 attempts, 150 yards, 0 TD’s.