Not just Beck, Warriner is a big part of the problem. He was great when he handled the O-line, but the OC job is too much for him.
This about sums it up.
It was a game that could have been much more competitive but I think we needed to execute perfectly to pull this game off.
Unfortunately, a really bad game plan, no in game adjustments, and some very poorly timed mistakes that took points off the board took what could have been a battle and made it a laugher. We aren't as bad as the final score, IMO, but there are serious issues and hopefully they are being addressed.
The defense did a great job but way too much was asked of them and they ended up looking worse than they really were.
Clemson is a good team, but this was a much on us as it was them.
JT has had issues, but to put all this on him is wrong. Dude has been such a baller for us and won a lot of games we would have lost. Do you not remember how accurate he was against MSU as we blew their doors off to spark the playoff run? Or even at OU this year. The coaching staff and the O-line, in addition to the WRs dropping many catchable balls carry much more blame than him. Imagine how different we would feel if some of the dropped passes that took away first downs or ended drives. I know he was inaccurate at times, but how much of that is pressing cause he was running for his life or because other plays didn't pan out.
Freshman don't always work out so well. Braxton was a great athlete as was Pryor, but neither were great QBs throwing the ball. To expect a Freshman to come in an play better than him is really pushing it.