Flea flicker extends Tigers' lead

Flea flicker extends Tigers' lead

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Flea flicker extends Tigers' lead

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Third-ranked Clemson extended its lead to 17-0 over Pittsburgh on Saturday at Death Valley thanks to a flea flicker midway through the first quarter.

Trevor Lawrence handed the ball off to Travis Etienne, who tossed it back to Lawrence, and Lawrence threw it to a wide open Cornell Powell down the middle of the field for a 43-yard touchdown at the 7:35 mark of the opening frame.

The trick played capped a four-play, 65-yard drive that took just 1:42.

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