Clemson used two quarterbacks during its season opener against Georgia and the Tigers will continue to, Dabo Swinney told reporters Wednesday.
Cole Stoudt, who started against the Bulldogs last Saturday, will continue to be his team's starter, though freshman Deshaun Watson will get opportunities.
In Athens, Ga., Stoudt threw for 144 yards and an interception, while Watson completed two of four passes for 59 yards and a touchdown. Stoudt added 16 yards on the ground.
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Watson impressed fans during his minimal time on the field last Saturday. His touchdown pass was a near-perfect throw wedged in between two Georgia defenders. Stoudt, a senior, clearly has more experience and likely runs the offense better.
Clemson plays South Carolina State this Saturday.