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Topic - Chris Hairston
Ready to start at his third different position this season, Buffalo Bills guard, tackle and now new starting center Andy Levitre is pretty sure he could fill in anywhere.
Even with a week to heal some wounds to key players, the Buffalo Bills are still hurting.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney thought things couldn't have gone much better during the Tigers off week.
"You may be frustrated, but you can't play football out of frustration," he said.
"Football is still football, whether you played last Saturday or not," Tigers left tackle Chris Hairston said. "I feel like they may have a little more time to prepare, which is great, but they still have to execute out on the field."