Here is the quick third quarter recap of Clemson vs. S.C. State at Death Valley:
- Clemson’s second string offensive unit started the second half, and Cole Stoudt led a scoring drive that ended when he hit Germone Hopper in the corner of the endzone for a 17-yard scoring toss.
- It was the first reception and touchdown of Hopper’s career.
- The teams were scoreless for the rest of the quarter. but Chad Kelly made his much-anticipated Clemson debut with a couple of third quarter drives.
SCORE: Clemson 45, S.C. State 7