Clemson coach Bobby Petrino says his team’s last two minutes of the Clemson-UF game were the most dramatic in college football history.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Petrino said Monday during his weekly news conference at Clemson Stadium.
“I was talking with my staff members and they were saying, ‘Oh my God, what’s going on?’
The last two seconds of the game, we’re looking up to the heavens and there’s something like that.
I was looking at my staff, and it was the most beautiful moment of my life.”
Petrino’s comments came during a press conference where he described his team as “out of the box.”
“We’re all here because we’ve been working on that, and we’ve put it together and we’re going to put it out there,” Petrio said.
“We’ve just got to go out there and make sure we play our best and win this game.
That’s our job.”
Petersons players are now looking forward to facing Florida again after the Seminoles upset Clemson by 27 points in the national title game Saturday.
Petrano said his players would like to see Florida take the field again on Oct. 12, the day before the national championship game.
“They know what it means to win the national championships and to play a game at the national capital,” Petriol said.
“We know that we’re all capable of playing well.
We’re going out there to win this football game and we have to play our way through the game.”