The Tigers managed two touchdowns and a field goal on 13 drives (excluded final drive with 3 kneel downs) at Boston College, but did manage 400 yards against the #8 (at the time) defense in the country under the leadership of Cole Stoudt. The longest drive of the afternoon, in terms of plays and time […]
Mike Williams and Artavis Scott continue to lead the way. While Williams has one more target than Scott, Scott averages a target every 5.8 snaps he’s on the field and 80.9% of the passes (most of the behind the line of scrimmage variety) are completed. The Tigers will miss Jordan Leggett. While the averages for […]
Over the last 3 games the Clemson defense has held opponents to 6 of 45 on third downs (13.3%) and now leads the nation in third down conversion percentage defense. A bad face mask penalty aside, Gary Peters continues to excel.
Cole Stoudt had a good, but not outstanding game against Boston College and that improved some of the numbers below a tad. In particular, the third down conversion rate went up, which was a huge factor in the game (32 yard pass to Mike Williams came on third and 10). The explosive play % also […]
Updated per corrected box score The Tigers ran 81 plays and gained 398 yards, dropping below the 400 mark on the last series of “victory formation” plays. Clemson held the ball for 35:42 and the offensive pace was the second slowest of the season at 26.4 seconds 31:05.