There was, Joe Tessitore said, a stretch of the second quarter in Death Valley when three New Haven-area kids were tearing up the No. 1 football team in all the land.
“It was unbelievable,” Tessitore said.
Without Trevor Lawrence, Clemson would recover in the second half Saturday to eke out a 34-28 victory over Boston College. Still, we can agree on a few things:
The Eagles sure look to be a happier team and a program with momentum under first-year coach Jeff Hafley.
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