KJ Henry hilariously trolls Syracuse RB Sean Tucker after second-half comeback
Clemson defensive lineman KJ Henry is having some fun with the Tigers’ comeback win over Syracuse.
On Sunday morning, Henry tweeted that he was “PL34SED” with Clemson’s victory over the Orange. That phrase is a reference to Syracuse running back Sean Tucker and his weekly tweets that usually include the word “pleased.”
“PL34SED” has become a slogan for Tucker and the Orange, as the running back wears No. 34.
Here’s Henry’s tweet:
— KJ Henry (@thekjhenry) October 23, 2022
For context, here are a couple examples of Tucker’s “pleased” Tweets from recent weeks:
Saturday we won Syracuse 24 NC State 9. I'm pleased with the outcome of the game and how our fans rocked the Dome.6-0 but we're not done!. I'm pleased with my performance but there's more I can do. The grind never stops nor will #34! 14car for 98yds and TD 4rec for 14yds #PL34SED pic.twitter.com/JWT056NPM4
— Sean Tucker (@seantucker2020) October 17, 2022
Saturday we won Syracuse 59 Wagner 0. I'm pleased with the outcome of the game. 5 wins and now a much needed bye week. I'm pleased with my performance but with 7 games left I'm still working hard. The grind never stops. I rushed for 232yds, 3 TDs and 2 rec for 15yds. #PL34SED pic.twitter.com/NGY5wQEycU
— Sean Tucker (@seantucker2020) October 3, 2022
Henry and Clemson’s defense shutout Syracuse in the second half. Tucker received only 5 carries — far below his usual workload as one of the top running backs in the ACC.
Clemson is now 8-0 on the season and has a commanding lead in the ACC Atlantic division. Clemson has just 2 ACC games remaining: Louisville and Miami, with both contests being at home. Clemson also faces Notre Dame and South Carolina in November nonconference matchups.
The Tigers are off in Week 9 but will face Notre Dame in Week 10.