Clemson overcame some demons with their Thursday win at Wake Forest. The Tigers entered the game only 1-9 in Thursday night nationally televised games - including a loss at Wake Forest in 2008. Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
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The 35 point first half was the spark Tigers' fans needed to see after an uncharacteristic performance against Virginia Tech the week before. The record-breaking win - which also reversed the aforementioned trends - displayed Tajh Boyd at his best. Seeing Boyd follow his worst passing game of the season (12-for-21, 160 yards, one touchdown, one interception) with his best (27-for-38, 428 yards, five touchdowns, no interceptions) on a short week road trip is an encouraging sign as the Tigers head down the stretch of the ACC schedule.
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