Here is the quick recap of the second quarter of the ACC Championship game between Clemson and Virginia Tech at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte:
- Clemson had possession of the ball to start the second quarter, but the Tigers ended up punting from their own 40 yard line.
- After the punt, Virginia Tech took over on its own 13 yard line. The Hokies picked up one first down before they punted from their own 25.
- Clemson took over on its own 27 following a 48 yard V.T. punt. Clemson put together a nice drive and moved the ball inside the Hokies five yard line, where they had first and goal. The Tigers weren’t able to punch it in and settled for a 20 yard field goal by Chandler Catanzaro to go up 10-7 with 7:54 left in the half. It was an 11 play 71 yard and it took 4:07 of the clock.
- After a nice return on the kick off, Virginia Tech started its next drive on its own 38 yard line. They weren’t able to move the ball though and punted three plays later.
- Virginia Tech’s Danny Coale booted a 60 yard punt to pin Clemson back on its own two yard line to begin their next drive. The Tigers moved off the shadow of its own goal post with a 32 yard run by Andre Ellington. The Tigers were forced to punt three plays later but a roughing the kicker penalty on the Hokies kept the drive alive. Three plays later the Tigers punted again and the Hokies took over.
- Virginia Tech started its next drive on its own 17. The Hokies put together a drive that went 11 plays, 59 yards and ended with a 42 yard field goal by Cody Journell. That drive took 3:45 off the clock and tied the game at 10-10 with :01 second left in the half.
SECOND QUARTER SCORE: Clemson 10, Virginia Tech 10