Gallman shows patience in TD run

Oct 7, 2016; Boston, MA, USA; Boston College Eagles defensive end Harold Landry (7) fails to tackle Clemson Tigers running back Wayne Gallman (9) during the third quarter at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

Clemson running back Wayne Gallman showed a lot of patience in his 59-yard touchdown run as third-ranked Clemson beat Boston College 56-10 on Friday at Alumni Stadium in Chestnutt, Mass.

Gallman sprinted 59-yards for a touchdown on the Tigers’ second offensive possession of the night to give them an early 7-3 lead. It was the first play of 50-plus yards all year and it started a segment in which the Tigers had three plays of 50 or more yards.

Gallman finished the game with 109 yards on nine carries. It was his 15th career 100-yard game, tying Raymond Priester with the most in Clemson history.

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