Clemson scores first in overtime

Clemson scores first in overtime

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Clemson scores first in overtime

Deshaun Watson hit Artavis Scott for a 10-yard touchdown on their first overtime drive to put Clemson up 24-17.

A key third down conversion using Dexter Lawrence and Christian Wilkins to block helped C.J. Fuller jump over the line.

Marcus Edmond picked off Ryan Finley in the end zone on the next drive to seal the 24-17 victory.

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