CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) Should No. 3 Clemson fulfill its championship aspirations this season, prepare to hear plenty about "The Drive."
With new starting quarterback Trevor Lawrence knocked out of the game, reserve Chase Brice -- who was about sixth on the depth chart last January -- guided a 94-yard, fourth-quarter scoring drive that ended with Travis Etienne's 2-yard touchdown run with 41 seconds and gave the Tigers a 27-23 victory against Syracuse on Saturday.
"I'll never forget this one," Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. "Some might say it's the fifth game of the year, but it's more than that. I saw a team that didn't quit."
This one was hard to forget, both for the week Clemson (5-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) endured in going from having one too many starting-caliber QBs to having none by the fourth quarter to the game's dramatic finish. >> Read more
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