After Boston College tied the game at the end of the third quarter, second-ranked Clemson pulled away with 27 fourth-quarter points to earn its fourth victory of the season, 34-7 at Death Valley.
Clemson rushed for 342 yards as a team after shaking off a pair of turnovers forced by the BC defense. The Tigers were led by running back Travis Etienne, who rushed for 113 yards and scored two touchdowns on just nine carries.
Etienne’s 50-yard touchdown in the fourth broke the Eagles’ spirit and led to a Clemson rout. Quarterback Kelly Bryant rushed for 106 yards and scored two touchdowns as well for the Tigers.
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