Clemson scores first in second half

Clemson scored the first points of the second half to take a 20-14 lead thanks to a 34-yard field goal by Greg Huegel, his second field goal of the game. The Tigers’ drive spanned 10 plays and 78 yards in 2:55.

Deon Cain had two catches for 69 yards on the drive, including a 29-yard catch on third down and 11 that extended the possession.

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