Clemson coach Dabo Swinney not yet satisfied with his offense, despite a 45-point first half that was the Tigers' biggest since their 1981 national championship season.
No. 11 Clemson (2-0) scored touchdowns on five of its first six possessions and even got an ACC-record setting 61-yard field goal from Spencer Benton to lead Ball State 45-10 at the break. The Tigers starters...
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September 09, 2012
CLEMSON - Following Clemson's victory, Spencer Benton, Charone Peake, Shaq Anthony and Tajh Boyd talk to the media.
Clemson punter Spencer Benton set an Atlantic Coast Conference record when he connected on a 61-yard field goal against Ball State on Saturday.
Benton's kick snuck through the goalposts as time ran out in the opening half and gave the Tigers a 45-10 lead. The kick surpassed the 2007 mark of 60 yards set by Florida State's Gary Cismesia against Florida.
CLEMSON - Dabo Swinney talks about Saturday's game against Wake Forest, updates the status of Spencer Benton and gives his take on what's happening at Penn State.