By JAMES CARR@jamescarr89
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Clemson Tigers are tired of talking about the Orange Bowl.
More importantly, they're tired of hearing about the record-setting 70-33 loss to West Virginia back in January.
"Our thing is, try not to focus on the media, try not to focus on what everyone is saying and people in general, because it's up to us to go out there and play the game and go out and execute,'' said senior defensive end Malliciah Goodman.
Head coach Dabo Swinney was much more direct Monday at the ACC Kickoff. "That game's over,'' Swinney said. "We didn't play good. We didn't play good on offense, defense or special teams and that's about it. I'm not here to talk about the Orange Bowl. I'm here to talk about 2012 and this season.''
Fair enough. The Tigers have heard all they need to hear. They have also learned what they need to learn.
"The bottom line is when you win and when you lose you have opportunities to learn and grow, and that's what the offseason's...