Ngata scores first TD of career

Ngata scores first TD of career


Ngata scores first TD of career


After a 3-play, 45-yard drive, backup quarterback Chase Brice found a streaking Joseph Ngata for a 37-yard touchdown with 9:51 to play in the third quarter Saturday night at Clemson’s Memorial Stadium.

Taking a brutal 12-yard sack just the play before, Brice recovered on the next play finding the freshman, Ngata, it was the first touchdown of his career.

At the time, it gave Clemson a 45-3 lead.



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