Tajh Boyd quarterbacks the Tigers in the 4th quarter and the defense does give up a touchdown as the Tigers become bowl eligible with their 6th win. Kyle Parker has a sharp day completing 15 of 17 for 194 yards and 2 touchdowns and Harper goes over 100 yards rushing for the second week in a row.
- Tajh Boyd came on at quarterback late in the third quarter and got the Tigers on the scoreboard with a drive that led to a Chandler Cantanzaro 22 yard field goal with 13:46 to play. Scoring Drive: 8 plays, 31 yards, 3:23 Clemson 23-Wake Forest 0.
- After a Boyd interception, the Demon Deacons have their deepest drive into Clemson territory before settling for a 45 yard field goal by Jimmy Newman with 8:38 to play. Scoring Drive: 8 plays, 34 yards, 1:51 Clemson 23-Wake Forest 3.
- Harper puts an exclamation point on his big day with a 63 yard touchdown run on the Tigers’ first play of the next possession. Harper finishes the day with 142 yards on 24 carries. He had 143 yards last week against Florida State. Scoring Drive: 1 play, 63 yards, :13 Clemson 30-Wake Forest 3.
- The Demon Deacons score their first touchdown against the Tigers since the 2008 game when Josh Harris goes in from a yard out with 6:02 to play. The score was set up by a 34 yard pass reception to the Clemson one by Cameron Ford, the former TL Hanna star. Scoring Drive: 11 plays, 79 yards, 2:09 Clemson 30-Wake Forest 10.
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