COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Trevor Lawrence entered the game on second-ranked Clemson’s third possession against Texas A&M, and it didn’t take long for the Tigers to find the end zone.
On his first pass attempt on the first play of the drive, Lawrence connected with Tee Higgins on a deep ball down the sideline, and Higgins did the rest as he ran in for a 64-yard touchdown at the 14:13 mark of the second quarter.
ATLANTA, Ga. — Clemson offensive coordinator Jeff Scott said it was great to see Trevor Lawrence provide the offensive spark for the Tigers, especially in his first game in Atlanta. TCITV caught up with (…)
Second-ranked Clemson held Georgia Tech to 203 yards total offense and amassed 480 yards in a 49-21 victory that amounted to the most points ever scored by a Clemson team in Bobby Dodd Stadium. Each week The (…)
ATLANTA — After scooping up as many tickets as he could this week for all his family and friends, Trevor Lawrence put on a nice show as second-ranked Clemson steamrolled Georgia Tech, 49-21, Saturday at (…)