Oliver Purnell: (4:03)
"Boston College really took it to us in the first half and we talked about that at halftime. We felt like the reason they had a lead was their work on the offensive glass and our lack of blocking out or not paying attention to it. We obviously didn't get it done and they did in the first half. In the second half we did a much much better job. We had really good offensive balance and then our pressure defense really took its toll. Very pleased with the win. Tough, hard-fought ACC road win."
Terrence Oglesby: (3:03)
"I was tired of hearing about it [the missed dunk versus Duke]. I had 80-year olds in Clemson coming up to me and saying "ha ha ha. And what happened?" That was rough [laughing]. You know I should be better about that. I got a little bit of pride back from that one. I feel like if I can get my arms up I can get it in the hole."
Trevor Booker: (2:03)
"The first half they murdered us on the glass. But we came back in the second half after a slow start and started picking it up. Coach told us if we brought better effort we would win, and we did."
AUDIO: Purnell, Oglesby, Booker
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