Spring practice is over for the Clemson Tigers, and now the countdown to the beginning of the 2014 season has officially begun.
If the annual spring game was an indication of what 2014 will be like, the Tigers will be scary on defense. Clemson's defense, led by Vic Beasley, consistently collapsed the pocket in last week's spring game.
Was the defense's performance a result of the inexperience on offense, or will this be the year Clemson's defense carries the team?
Before the spring began, coaches felt the quarterback battle could last all the way through summer before the Tigers head to Athens to play Georgia on August 30. However, with Chad Kelly dismissed from the team, head coach Dabo Swinney went ahead and named senior Cole Stoudt the starter.
While Clemson answered one major personnel question this spring, others will remain unresolved until fall camp. Here are four things we learned from Clemson's performance this spring.