CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) A couple of things seem nearly certain about Clemson's offense next season: Kelly Bryant will be the No. 1 quarterback starting fall practice and that 504 yards a game average from last season will likely be tough to match.
Bryant started for one of the two squads at Saturday's spring game. He went just 4 for 13 for 43 yards and ran 11 times for 66 yards, but coach Dabo Swinney said the junior is still in front of the sophomore and two freshmen behind him.
"Kelly, if we played today, he'd go be the guy. But we don't play today. We play in September," said Swinney, whose team begins defending its national championship Sept. 2 against Kent State.