Clemson punctuated its first half of play with a touchdown right before halftime. Deshaun Watson threw his third touchdown of the game, a 5-yard toss to Artavis Scott with five seconds remaining, to give Clemson a 28-10 lead entering the locker room.
It was a four-play, 73-yard drive for the Tigers that lasted 0:26. Scott’s scoring reception marked his first of the season. Scott also had a 23-yard catch on the first play of the possession to kick-start the drive. Mike Williams recored a pair of receptions for 30 yards on the drive.
I have to admit, this is one of the hardest columns I have had to write. As we all know, Clemson lost one of its own on Monday morning with the passing of former tight end Bennie Cunningham. Bennie, who (…)
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