In Dabo's Words...
"What an incredible game. We made it harder than it had to be, and we gave them a couple of sparks. It's a good thing, though, because we haven't faced a lot of adversity as of late. We missed a lot of opportunities early, and the turnovers were huge. But offensively, for us to respond with so many records led to a great win. There were just a lot of things going on in the game."
On his senior class winning 10 games for the second straight season: "What a special group. They're leaving here with the most conference wins in school history."
On Tajh Boyd's late-game injury: "Late in the game he got the wind knocked out of him, but I went over to talk to him and told him to catch his breath, because he was going back in and finishing this thing."
On Clemson's difficulty in defending the Wolfpack: "I kept telling them it's a long way to go, and that we could still crawl back into it. Defensively, their final two scores were very disappointing. The defense was put in bad situations. I thought Vic Beasley was awesome tonight...I'm very proud of everyone for handling adversity and finding a way to win."
On Dalton Freeman's record for career snaps: "He's a special person, a special player and a special leader. He's incredibly consistent. There is no doubt he's a great leader on and off the field. He'll be hard to replace. It feels like he's part of my staff."
On next week's game against South Carolina: "We need to turn our focus to South Carolina and make every day for the rest of the season count. I've told them the whole season that every game is the biggest game of the year. We need to finish this season strong."