Clemson quarterback Chase Brice came through for the second-ranked Tigers in the clutch Saturday as he drove 94 yards for the win in the final minutes of Clemson’s 27-23 victory over Syracuse at Death Valley in Clemson.
Brice said Syracuse knew they were going to run, but they couldn’t stop the Tigers.
The media caught up with Brice following the Tigers’ come-from-behind win.
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