Former South Carolina kicker Elliott Fry had some choice words for Clemson's coach Dabo Swinney while watching the Tigers destroy Florida State on Saturday.
Clemson is in the middle of a blowout when Tigers kicker B.T. Potter missed a gimme 24-yard field goal to close out the first half.
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Fry, who ranks in the top 10 all-time Swinney on Twitter, saying "Really bold move to try and ruin your young kickers confidence in a cupcake game."
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Fry played all four years at South Carolina and entered the NFL after the 201
Potter, a sophomore, is 5-for-9 on field-goal attempts this season and has made all of his extra points.
Swinney benched Potter later in the game. Hey was replaced by Steven Sawicki.
"What disappointed with B.T. That's two really easy field goals in a row he's missed. Somebody else has a chance, "Swinney said after the game, according to The State. "He's just the most talented guy. He's a great kicker.
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The defending national champions won the game 45-14, staying undefeated on the season.