Mafah finds end zone to cap impressive drive

Mafah finds end zone to cap impressive drive


Mafah finds end zone to cap impressive drive


After scoring only one touchdown in the first half of tonight’s game against Louisiana Tech at Death Valley, fourth-ranked Clemson found the end zone on each of its first two possessions of the second half.

Following Will Shipley’s 32-yard touchdown run on Clemson’s opening possession of the third quarter, Phil Mafah punched the ball in for a 4-yard touchdown run that gave the Tigers a 27-6 lead over the Bulldogs with 5:25 left in the third frame.

Clemson took over at its own 10-yard line following an interception by Malcolm Greene — the Tigers’ third interception of the night — and Mafah’s score capped an impressive 14-play, 90-yard drive that spanned 6:46.

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