VIDEO: T.J. Thorpe's 100-Yard Kickoff Return Gives UNC Glimmer of Hope Vs. Clemson

North Carolina has their hands full against Clemson, but they’re not going down without a fight. After Tajh Boyd threw a touchdown to Brandon Ford to put Clemson up 38-17, North Carolina’s T.J. Thorpe returned the ensuing kickoff the length of the football field (video courtesy of @cjzero):

The touchdown cut Clemson’s lead to 38-24 … but only for a couple of minutes. Boyd quickly marched Clemson down the field, eventually throwing his fourth touchdown of the day. It’s currently 45-24, and Clemson has the ball again. This could get real ugly if you’re a Tarheel fan.

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