5 Clemson stormed late in the first half to take a 13-10 lead over No. 10 North Carolina State in their showdown break at ACC Atlantic on Saturday when Clemson quarterback, DJ Uiagallei, earned massive cash in a massive campaign with a 1-yard touchdown plunge. The score came once after finding Will Shipley running back on the sidelines for 26 yards in a play that initially ruled a touchdown—one of the first plays in the game in which NC State struggled for pressure and Uiagalelei went home. Safety valve for scoring position.
Wolfpack quarterback Devin Leary found Cedd Seabrough above middle to gain 2 yards of play in the game’s first touchdown late in the second quarter. That gave the Wolfpack a 10-6 lead at the time in what was the Fest of Field Goals before Leary’s breakthrough.
This was a tale of two defenses that bent but didn’t break all that much. Each team scored field goals after long runs that ended inside the 5-yard line in the first quarter. The only difference was that Clemson’s offensive line wasn’t consistent until Shipley’s late finish, and Wolfpack’s defensive front was disrupting play on the field for most of the night. NC State, on the other hand, has done a decent job of keeping Leary clean.
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