Clemson finally breaks free in run game

Clemson finally breaks free in run game

Feature

Clemson finally breaks free in run game

After the Clemson defense forced its fourth consecutive three-and-out, the Tigers extended their lead to 21-6 on a 27-yard touchdown run by Travis Etienne. The drive was five plays, covering 61 yards in 1:21, leaving 12:25 remaining in the third quarter.

Clemson finally saw a few breaks in the run game with a pair of carries by Etienne for greater than 20 yards and converted on third down for the first time on the night with a seven-yard pass from Trevor Lawrence to Amari Rodgers on third-and-six. Etienne capped off the drive breaking free to the right side for a 27-yard touchdown.

Latest

reply
11hr

Last month, Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic 2020 four-star offensive lineman Bryn Tucker made a visit to Clemson for the game against Duke at Death Valley. Last week during the ongoing contact period, Clemson (…)

reply
23hr

Obviously, if you are reading this, you know who Clemson’s playmakers are on offense and who its star players are on defense. If you don’t, you might want to make sure you are a Clemson fan. (…)

More The Clemson Insider
Home