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Your single biggest key to beating Clemson ?..
I know I'm revisiting this question, but it's game day eve, we've had time to read and ponder it.
I'm still of the mind our single biggest key is pressuring Uiagalelei. That includes contain, pressure without containment would be letting a stallion out of the coral. I just don't see us being beaten by any other player on Clemson's roster. Plus in these types of games the team with the more effective QB wins an overwhelming percentage of the time.
As noted before, their biggest playmaker is probably Ross, he's a receiver who needs Uiagalelei to be effective to be a factor himself. We should be better at RB than they are, if it's a push at QB, we should have the better team on offense. I think we're at least as talented on defense, so we're back to limiting their QB. Consistently get outside pressure, squeeze the pocket and cover their receivers for a couple of seconds and we win.