Clemson Football Report Card:Who Got an A and Who Got a D in Double-OT Win vs Wake Forest?

Clemson Football Report Card: Who Got an A and Who Got a D in Double-OT Win vs Wake Forest?

The Clemson football team grinded out a tough win in double-overtime vs Wake Forest on Saturday, but who received an A and who received a D? Here’s our report card after the win over the Demon Deacons.

Clemson football report card:Who Got an A and Who Got a D in Double-OT Win vs Wake Forest?

Related Queries

Clemson Football Roster

Clemson Football Schedule

Where is Clemson

Clemson Football Coach

Braden Galloway Clemson

Week Report Card

Acc Showdown

Football Report Card Grades

Score and Latest Updates

Running backs

Clemson Football Report week 4 , 2022

Tyshon Dye was Clemson’s top back against Wake Forest. He finished with 103 yards on 19 carries, including a touchdown. His average of 5.3 yards per carry was the second-best mark of his career, behind only his 6.2 yards per carry last week against South Carolina State. The Tigers ground game as a whole averaged 4.1 yards per carry for 129 total rushing yards. Wayne Gallman led the way with six carries for 61 yards and two touchdowns, but he also lost one fumble that could have cost Clemson the game late in the fourth quarter when Wake Forest had cut its deficit to one point following a lengthy punt return by DeAndre Hopkins

Read Also

Dhanush’s Naane Varuven Movie Review: A stale horror flick elevated by Dhanush

Wide Receivers

NFL Week 4 odds, how to watch, live streaming: Expert selections, best bets, teasers, survivor picks and more

3. Deon Cain, 81 yards receiving on 4 catches (1 for TD), 2 carries for 15 yards, 1 punt return for 10 yards.4. Ray-Ray McCloud III, 57 yards receiving on 6 catches (TD), 2 carries for 36 yards, 3 kickoff returns for 73 yards. 5. Hunter Renfrow, 63 yards receiving on 7 catches (2 TDs), 1 carry for 12 yards

Offensive line

The Clemson offensive line struggled mightily with Wake Forests defensive line, but managed to hold their own when it counted most. The Tigers 800th win was brought about by the team’s perseverance and hard work. The game was highlighted by both teams’ defenses leaving everything on the field in double overtime.

Defensive line

The Clemson defensive line played well from the outset. They helped to set the tone for the game by getting off blocks, creating pressure on Wake Forest quarterback John Wolford and providing run support. The defense shut down Wake’s passing game all day, allowing only one touchdown reception. The Tigers got their 800th win on Saturday and ended their home schedule with a 4-2 record.

Defensive Backs

Wake forest unc’s offense had their time to shine as well, but Clemson’s defense was able to come up with some key stops. The Tigers’ secondary did a good job shutting down the receivers, limiting Wake’s ability to move the ball downfield. In the second half, they were able to hold Wake Forest unc scoreless and only allowed one field goal.

Special teams

It took a while for Clemson to get going on special teams, but once they did, they had some success. The Tigers missed their first two field goal attempts of the game, which wasn’t great. But then they made four of their next five kicks to finish with eight points on the night. Kicker Greg Huegel continues to be one of the most reliable legs in college football. He’s now made 17 consecutive field goals dating back to last season.

2022 NFL season, Week 3: 5 things we learned from the Cowboys’ win over the Giants

Share Post

Leave a Comment