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In the last three weeks Clemson has beat the defending national champ Auburn Tigers, pre-season ACC favorite Florida State Seminoles and last year's ACC champion Virginia Tech. Both teams came into the game undefeated, and Clemson will return to South Carolina 5-0 expecting a Top 10 ranking when the new polls come out tomorrow.
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd led the Tigers with 204 yards passing and another 28 yards on the ground. Tiger tight end Dwayne Allen led the receiving group for Clemson, hauling in a 32-yard touchdown catch from Boyd early in the third quarter. Clemson never trailed in the game, scoring the first points with a Chandler Catanzaro field goal. Clemson runningbacks Andre Ellington and Mike Bellamy also crossed the goal line for the Tigers.
The folks in Death Valley are no doubt partying tonight. For more on the game check Clemson blog out Shaking the Southland.
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This week's college football schedule features probably the biggest ACC game to date in Blacksburg, as Clemson travels to take on Virginia Tech. There are also a couple other big conference games. Here are the scores of the ACC early schedule for Saturday.
Wake Forest takes out Boston College 27-19: Boston College couldn't make in two in a row after getting their first win last week, falling to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Boston College just couldn't get their offense going, passing for just 188 yards on 47 attempts. Meanwhile, the Deacons managed 252 yards in the air by quarterback Tanner Price. For more on Boston College, visit BC Interruption and SB Nation Boston. For more on the Demon Deacons, visit Blogger So Dear.
Towson plays Maryland closer than the final score, 28-3 : In a game that was a heck of a lot closer than the final score, Maryland beats the Towson Tigers 28-3. It was a struggle for Maryland, who held just a 7-3 lead at the half thanks to a missed Towson field goal. Maryland struggled on both sides of the ball, but thanks to multiple turnovers in the second half Maryland was able to pull away. For more on the Towson Vs. Maryland game, visit this Storystream. For more on the Terps, visit Testudo Times.
Bethune-Cookman makes it close early, gets pounded late by Miami, 45-14: Unfortunately for Miami fans, the Hurricanes allowed their game against Bethune-Cookman to be a lot closer than one would have expected early on. Bethune-Cookman stayed within a touchdown until Miami finally pulled away in the fourth quarter. Running back Lamar Miller had a nice day rushing the football, gaining 102 yards on 14 carries, including a 43-yard touchdown run. Plus, Jacory Harris didn't even throw an interception! For more on Miami, visit 7th Floor Blog.
No. 21 Georgia Tech pounds North Carolina State, 45-35: This game entered the fourth quarter a 21-14 game only for the Wolfpack to see Georgia Tech rattle off 21 straight points in the fourth quarter before NC State could answer. NC State scored a touchdown with 45 seconds left on the clock to make the score 45-28 and another touchdown on a fumble return with 20 seconds left to make the final score 45-35, but were plastered in the fourth quarter. Georgia Tech rushed for 294 yards on 50 carries, including three rushing touchdowns by running back Orwin Smith . For more on Georgia Tech, visit From the Rumble Seat and SB Nation Atlanta. For more on the Wolfpack, visit Backing the Pack.
Idaho falls Virginia in OT, 21-20: Coming off a disappointing loss to Southern Miss, most expected the Virginia Cavaliers to rebound against the Idaho Vandals. As Lee Corso would say, "Not so fast my friend!" Virginia jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but late in the fourth quarter Idaho scored 8 points to send the game into overtime. Virginia scored on their opening overtime possession, as did Idaho. Idaho however, went for the win and failed the two-point coversion. For more on Virginia, visit Streaking the Lawn.