Instant Halftime Analysis: Clemson 21, FSU 10

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Instant Halftime Analysis: Clemson 21, Florida St. 10

What went right: The offense avoided a slow start that plagued the team in recent weeks and put up 21 quick points. Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
RS So. Quarterback
#10 6-1, 225
Hampton, VA

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looked decisive and was making the right reads, and he also made several p.lays with his legs. The defense came up with a big turnover in the second quarter.

What went wrong: The defense allowed a scoring drive to open the game, and Darius RobinsonDarius Robinson
So. Defensive Back
#21 5-11, 170
College Park, GA

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allowed FSU receiver Rodney Smith to get behind him on a 57-yard touchdown. Following a Quandon ChristianQuandon Christian
RS So. Linebacker
#34 6-2, 220
Lake View, SC

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interception that gave the Tigers the chance to go up either 28-10 or at least 24-10, the offense sputtered and Chandler CatanzaroChandler Catanzaro
RS So. Punter / Kicker
#39 6-2, 200
Greenville, SC

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missed a 35-yard field goal.

Turning Point of the Half :FSU marched down the field and put up three quick points, but the Tigers answered with a long touchdown drive, culminating on a 24-yard touchdown pass to Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
Fr. Wide Receiver
#7 6-1, 200
Fort Myers, FL

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Stat of the half: Boyd was 12-for-14 for 170 yards and two touchdowns against the tough FSU defense.

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