(WLTX) --- Brad Lawing has been around the block a few times in this USC-Clemson rivalry.
The USC defensive line coach will be participating in his 17th state championship. But Lawing refuses to put any more stock in this week's game than he did in his first showdown.
"They're all big," says Lawing whose front four hope to disrupt Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd's rythym and make it difficult for the Tiger offense to get in sync.
It will be the job of Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris to find a way to score points against the USC defense.
The second-year Tiger assistant is up for the Frank Broyles award, given annually to the nation's top assistant coach.
The five finalists will be announced on Monday.