South Carolina State: By the Numbers


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CLEMSON – The Clemson Tigers dismantled South Carolina State 73-7 Saturday afternoon in Death Valley – the second-largest margin of victory in Memorial Stadium history.

With such a dominating performance, there were several interesting statistical oddities that came out of the game.

73: Clemson scored 73 points in Saturday’s win – the most points since the 1981 game against Wake Forest, in which the Tigers scored 82.

66: The margin of victory was 66 points – the seventh largest margin of victory in school history, tying the 66-0 victory over Presbyterian College in 1957.

9 to 5: Clemson kicker Ammon LakipAmmon Lakip
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hit more kicks Saturday afternoon – nine – than South Carolina State had first downs – five.

9 to 7: Clemson had more players register a carry – nine – than South Carolina State had total yards rushing – seven.

49: The Tigers ran 93 plays Saturday afternoon, while South Carolina State only had 44 total yards. Thus, Clemson ran 49 more plays than the Bulldogs had yards.

0: Punter Bradley PinionBradley Pinion
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wasn’t called into action Saturday afternoon, except to kickoff. The last time Clemson did not record a punt was in the 2009 ACC Championship game against Georgia Tech. Oddly enough, neither team punted in that game.

3: South Carolina State only gained a first down on three separate drives.

7: The Bulldogs actually gained 89 yards on the ground but lost 82 yards, giving them a grand total of seven total yards rushing for the game.

7-7-5: South Carolina State had seven kickoff returns, the same as the total rushing yards and two more than they had first downs (five).

342.6: Freshmen quarterback Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
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Gainesville, GA

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was 8-of-9 for 154 yards and three touchdowns, for a passer rating of 342.6.

78: The total number of Clemson players that saw playing time in Saturday’s game.

25: 25 different Clemson defensive players registered a tackle.

7: South Carolina State had seven drives that ended with the Bulldogs losing yards.

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New Story: South Carolina State: By the Numbers
TigerNet News
93-44=49. Not 39
WillardTFrog®
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Hey, it's a math error...
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63 Beat down on SC 73 beat down on SC State
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LOL. Hey old 0-21--worst in the SEC ever--and a loser to
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I suspect Benedict College loved yesterday's game.
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