Clemson gets on the board first

The Tigers scored the first points of the game with a Greg Huegel 22-yard field goal to put Clemson up 3-0 with 9:26 left in the first quarter.

Wayne Gallman kept Clemson’s first drive alive by converting on fourth and short.

Watson and co. took 10 plays to drive 36 yards in 3:50 to open up the game.

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