What They Are Saying: Clemson-on-Clemson crime in NFL game

What They Are Saying: Clemson-on-Clemson crime in NFL game

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What They Are Saying: Clemson-on-Clemson crime in NFL game

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There was some major Clemson-on-Clemson crime in a wild NFL game Sunday.

In overtime of the game between the Las Vegas Raiders and Arizona Cardinals, Hunter Renfrow caught a ball and fumbled for the second time in three plays when fellow former Tiger Isaiah Simmons jarred the ball loose with a hit on Renfrow.

Byron Murphy Jr. scooped up Renfrow’s fumble and returned it 59 yards for a touchdown with 3:51 left in overtime to give the Cardinals a 29-23 win in a game in which they trailed by 20 points in the second half.

Check out what they are saying about the Tiger-on-Tiger crime:

–Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images

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