Clemson hosted its annual Orange and White spring game on Saturday, April 13, where the Orange Team prevailed, 34-26, over the White team.
Spring games provide several opportunities.
For the fans, it's an opportunity to watch their favorite team one more time before the season opener and a preview of what may be to come in the upcoming season.
For players, it's an opportunity to make one lasting impression on the coaches before the incoming freshman recruits arrive in the summer. And for the coaches, it's a chance to gauge the players to experiment and make changes to put players in different positions.
And with Clemson being part of the BCS talk this season, there is plenty to take away from this spring game, with a defense that is the biggest question mark on a team looking to play in Pasadena and having to replace both an All-ACC running back and a wide receiver in Deandre Hopkins that accounted for 18 touchdown catches last season.