End of 4th Quarter
- Clemson, SC 29634
- Line: CLEM -36.0
- Over/Under: 61
Etienne ignites Clemson in rout of Georgia Tech
Herbstreit says it's 'pretty sweet' to see son playing for Clemson
Etienne gets loose for 48-yard TD
Higgins hauls in 62-yard TD
Clemson stonewalls Georgia Tech with goal-line INT
Trevor Lawrence 6 Yd Run (B.T. Potter Kick)
5 plays, 16 yards, 1:50
Travis Etienne 90 Yd Run (B.T. Potter Kick)
1 play, 80 yards, 0:28
Travis Etienne 14 Yd Run (B.T. Potter Kick)
1 play, 14 yards, 0:04
Tee Higgins 62 Yd pass from Trevor Lawrence (B.T. Potter Kick)
5 plays, 94 yards, 2:01
Travis Etienne 48 Yd Run (B.T. Potter Kick)
2 plays, 60 yards, 0:29
Jordan Mason 7 Yd Run (Wesley Wells Kick)
3 plays, 75 yards, 1:02
Lyn-J Dixon 18 Yd Run (B.T. Potter Kick)
8 plays, 77 yards, 3:32
Frank Ladson Jr. 21 Yd pass from Chase Brice (B.T. Potter Kick)
7 plays, 67 yards, 3:13
Ahmarean Brown 28 Yd pass from James Graham (Wesley Wells Kick)
9 plays, 90 yards, 4:21
B.T. Potter 51 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 41 yards, 4:22
Former Iowa players speak out against program's culture
After former Iowa offensive lineman James Daniels tweeted that black players in the program "have been treated unfairly for far too long," other players also shared their negative experiences.
Kansas reaches $2.55 million settlement with former coach David Beaty
Kansas has reached a $2.55 million settlement with former football coach David Beaty after a prolonged dispute.
Ohio State OK's start of voluntary workouts for football Monday
Ohio State says football players will be permitted to begin voluntary workouts in school facilities on Monday.
Utah suspends DC Morgan Scalley for texting racial slur in 2013
Utah has suspended defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley for using a racial slur in a text message in 2013 and has launched an external investigation into Scalley.
Clemson WR Justyn Ross has season-ending surgery to correct spinal issue
Clemson wide receiver Justyn Ross had surgery Friday for a congenital fusion in his spine, and it will keep him off the field this season.
Dear college football coaches, here's how you can really make change
Statements about equality in June are easy. Making long-lasting, tangible change is hard. Here's how the game's top coaches can turn their words into action.