7 at 7: Seven wrap-up notes from Clemson 56, Wake Forest 7, the most lopsided victory of Swinney’s career

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BY AARON BRENNER | abrenner@postandcourier.com
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CLEMSON – Was hoping to make this morning-after version of 7 at 7 one quote from each of the seven touchdown scorers yesterday; but we only talked to four of the seven.

So, instead, seven random notes which didn’t make the print notebook and are worth taking note:

1) Sammy Watkins licked his chops all week, knowing what was coming as early as the third play of the game.

“That was scripted as an early call, because No. 7 (Merritt Noel) and No. 9 (Kevin Johnson) are very aggressive at corner, and they will jump things,” head coach Dabo Swinney said. “It was a little double move by Sammy; corner actually did a good job, but Sammy did a great job of running through the collision, and Tajh did an excellent job of keeping the ball inbounds where Sammy could go get it.

“Even if you don’t hit it, you send a message, as far as, hey, we’re going to take some shots.”

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