Clemson chips into deficit with 44-yard field goal

Clemson chips into deficit with 44-yard field goal

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Clemson chips into deficit with 44-yard field goal

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Clemson cracked the scoreboard for the first time in over a quarter on a 44-yard Greg Huegel field goal to cut the Syracuse lead to 16-10.

The Tigers put together an 8 play 55-yard drive in 2:46 capped off by the Huegel field goal from the right hash. Travis Etienne got the drive rolling with a 21-yard run and Hunter Renfrow hauled in a spectacular catch for 28-yard gain on 3rd and eight.

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