Defense sets up second score for Etienne

Defense sets up second score for Etienne


Defense sets up second score for Etienne


Clemson benefitted from another turnover by Georgia Tech and turned it into points on a 14-yard touchdown run by Travis Etienne, that put the Tigers up 21-0 with 12:45 to play in the first half. The drive was one play for 14 yards in six seconds.

Chad Smith forced a fumble on a Jamius Griffen run that was promptly recovered by Xavier Kelly and gave Clemson the ball at the Yellow Jacket 14-yard line. Etienne took a handoff to the right side for 14 yards and his second touchdown of the game, he also eclipsed 2500 career yards on his previous touchdown run.



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