CLEMSON, S.C. -- Earlier this week, in an interview with Kyle Parker, I asked him what the biggest difference was with this year's offense. With a new coach, a new coordinator and a new quarterback, there were plenty of answers. But Parker said the offensive line's improvement.
He's right, and it's showing in this game and has been all month. Parker started this game a perfect 10-for-10 for 128 yards. Clemson still has the same talent it did under Rob Spence in guys like C.J. Spiller and Jacoby Ford. But now they're getting the blocks they need. Clemson's offense is moving today, and the reason Parker is looking more comfortable in it is because he's getting the protection he needs from the guys up front.