Tigers retake lead

Greg Huegel kicked a 46-yard field goal to give Clemson a 29-28 lead with 5:25 left in the game. The kick capped an eight-play, 23-yard drive that lasted 3:28.

Clemson overcame a third down and 20 during the drive courtesy of a 20-yard catch by Hunter Renfrow on third down and an 11-yard run by Wayne Gallman on fourth down to move the Tigers into field goal range.

Clemson trailed Florida State 28-20 with under a minute to play in the third quarter.

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