ESPN host: 'Clemson is going to be a problem'

Clemson got some love from ESPN’s College Football Final after the 30-20 win over NC State Saturday night in Death Valley.

Joey Galloway talked about how the Tigers responded to the Wake Forest game,

and how DJ Uiagalelei is raising his level of play this season.

“I was interested to see how Clemson would come into this game after an emotional win in overtime against Wake Forest,

playing against an NC State team that played UConn with no pressure whatsoever,”

Galloway said when analyzing the Tigers’ win.

“For Clemson, what we are seeing DJU do in the last two weeks,

he has become the quarterback that can put this team on his shoulders and make plays.”

College Football Final’s host believes the Tigers will be moving up later this season.

“I’m telling you, with his offense, Clemson is a problem,

ranked fifth for now but that will almost certainly go up with some of the games on their schedule ahead of them,” Matt Barrie said.


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