End of 4th Quarter
- Clemson, SC 29634
Bryant runs 35 yards for the TD
Clemson QBs dominate opener
Lawrence throws third TD of the game
Lawrence throws second TD of game
Clemson puts another TD on Furman
Amari Rodgers 40 Yd pass from Kelly Bryant (Greg Huegel Kick)
4 plays, 57 yards, 1:19
Greg Huegel 35 Yd Field Goal
4 plays, 2 yards, 1:14
Greg Huegel 49 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 30 yards, 3:45
Diondre Overton 6 Yd pass from Trevor Lawrence (Greg Huegel Kick)
11 plays, 95 yards, 2:26
Travis Etienne 7 Yd Run (Greg Huegel Kick)
5 plays, 38 yards, 1:11
Kelly Bryant 35 Yd Run (Greg Huegel Kick)
4 plays, 79 yards, 0:57
Justyn Ross 15 Yd pass from Trevor Lawrence (Greg Huegel Kick)
3 plays, 92 yards, 1:17
Braden Galloway 9 Yd pass from Trevor Lawrence (Alex Spence Kick)
2 plays, 12 yards, 0:38
Ryan DeLuca 16 Yd pass from Darren Grainger (Grayson Atkins Kick)
4 plays, 41 yards, 1:52
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