End of 4th Quarter
- Houston, TX
- Line: HOU -10.0
- Over/Under: 61
Josh Williams 23 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 59 yards, 4:06
D'Eriq King 18 Yd pass from Kyle Postma (Caden Novikoff Kick)
10 plays, 75 yards, 3:55
Trey Quinn 5 Yd pass from Ben Hicks (Josh Williams PAT failed)
12 plays, 75 yards, 5:01
Josh Williams 37 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 56 yards, 3:35
Kyle Postma 22 Yd pass from D'Eriq King (Caden Novikoff Kick)
9 plays, 76 yards, 2:58
Ellis Jefferson 3 Yd pass from Kyle Postma (Caden Novikoff Kick)
10 plays, 95 yards, 3:59
Ke'Mon Freeman 1 Yd Run (Josh Williams Kick)
3 plays, 54 yards, 0:34
Duke Catalon 52 Yd Run (Caden Novikoff Kick)
2 plays, 64 yards, 0:31
Josh Williams 46 Yd Field Goal
11 plays, 31 yards, 5:30
Duke Catalon 16 Yd Run (Caden Novikoff Kick)
8 plays, 75 yards, 3:22
The Clemson defensive unit will return some big studs next season, with underclassmen Austin Bryant and Clelin Ferrell, both linemen, returning for 2018. Cornerback Mark Fields and linebacker Kendall Joseph also will be back.
Dick Vitale calls Keith Jackson the greatest play-by-play announcer in the history of college football and explains how the legendary broadcaster left him in awe.
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