Clemson sophomore Ray Ray McCloud had his best game for the Tigers in Saturday’s win over Troy. It’s one game that he won’t forget thanks to a drop one yard from the end zone as he was going in for a touchdown on a long punt return.
McCloud said, “It won’t happen again,” and he plans to take away the positives from his overall performance.
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