Clemson 13, Troy 10


Clemson took a 13-10 lead late in the second quarter when Greg Huegel kicked a 32-yard field goal to cap a five-play, 26-yard drive that spanned 1:30.

The key play was Dorian O’Daniel’s interception that gave Clemson the ball at Troy’s 40-yard line to begin the possession.

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