Clemson had the ball first to start the second half. The Tigers moved into Oklahoma’s side of the field but ended up punting.
Oklahoma took over on its own 10. The Sooners went three and out from there and were forced to punt.
After the punt, Clemson took over on the 50. The Tigers took advantage of the short field and put another touchdown on the board. Cole Stoudt carried it in from three yards out to make it 34-0 Clemson with 9:24 left in the third quarter.
Oklahoma couldn’t put anything together on its next possession and punted after three plays.
Up 34, Clemson went into conservative mode on its next possession. The Tigers ran the ball three times, chewed some clock, then punted.
Oklahoma took over on its own 28. Here’s a shocker for you: The Sooners went three-and-out and punted.
Clemson moved the ball into Oklahoma terriroty and put another touchdown on the board. Stoudt connected with Hopper from 24 yards out. The Tigers missed the extra point so the lead was 40-0.
Oklahoma actually managed to pick up a couple of first downs on their next possession. That’s the good news. Bad news is they threw another interception.
Clemson had the ball at the OU 45 when the quarter ended.
Third quarter score: Clemson 40-0