We are just four days away from what some are calling the biggest game in ACC history. This is a game I am both looking forward to and am scared to death of at the same time. Jameis Winston and his Noles are rolling into town for the first time since 2011 where the Tigers were able to pull out the win. Unfortunately that was two years ago and both teams have changed dramatically. The one promising aspect is that Clemson is head and shoulders better than they were two years ago.
- Our receivers against their secondary. Clemson is know right now for having an explosive offense which can score quick and score a lot using the many weapons we have at receiver.
- Our defensive line against their offensive line. We know both quarterbacks have incredible passing accuracy but both can also quickly scramble out of the pocket if no one is open and running for positive yardage. We need to get pressure on their quarterback and not allow him to run down field.
- Special teams. We have been using Adam Humphries a lot lately for punt and kick returns but although he has great speed, he has had a hard time getting the big returns like we used to see in CJ Spiller and Jacoby Ford. This is where the Seminoles find ways to score extra points if their offense goes 4 and out too much. Yes, they have speedy returners but they also have a great ability to block to help get that returner to the end zone.