clemson football fans really miss trevor lawrence
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As Clemson football continues to struggle, the Tigers fans speak out and are longing for their former quarterback, Trevor Lawrence.

Trevor Lawrence was truly an incredible quarterback during his time with the Clemson Tigers. Unfortunately for Tigers fans, and the quarterbacks who had to follow up Lawrence and everything he accomplished, the Tigers offense looks lost without him.

Dabo Swinney and the Tigers have struggled considerably without their former quarterback, which seems odd considering how talented of a roster Swinney has built at Clemson. Still, despite that talent and despite Swinney’s reputation, the team has been lackluster, including his successor, D.J. Uiagalelei, getting benched in a loss to Pitt.

Now Clemson fans are missing the good old days where they were winning. Many are attaching that success to their previous quarterback.

Clemson football fans are definitely missing the way Trevor Lawrence guided the Tigers offense

We miss the good ole days when Deshaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence were our offensive coordinators.

— Sons of Clemson (@SonsOfClemson) October 23, 2021

@Trevorlawrencee you still have eligibility right?

— Caelan Coyne (@CeeloCoin) October 23, 2021

Ugh we miss you @Trevorlawrencee

— kaylee kingery (@kayleeeballl2) October 23, 2021

Of course, it’s clear that Lawrence was an integral part of Clemson’s success over the past few seasons. Considering how much the Tigers have struggled as of late, it’s certainly possible that Lawrence had a bigger impact on that offense than many ever knew.

If you thought Trevor Lawrence wasn’t the best player in America the last three years I challenge you to watch Clemson’s offense and get back to me

— Hank Lee (@hanklee89) October 23, 2021

As some pointed out, the Tigers are missing more than their old quarterback. Travis Etienne would certainly be a welcomed addition to this team.

No Trevor Lawrence. No Travis Etienne. The offense is HORRIBLE. They’ve been hard to watch this year.

— J.B. Ricks Sr. (@JB_Ricks) October 23, 2021

So bad! I knew Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne were great players but didn’t realise they were carrying the whole team this much

— Mikey (@MikeyR20) October 23, 2021

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