ACC Championship 2011 Score: Clemson Takes 10-7 Lead On Stalled Drive

The ACC Championship Game is shaping up much like the ACC season itself: Mercurial swings with little or no explanation. Take Clemson's latest drive.

The Tigers and Virginia Tech swapped punts to start the second quarter, setting up Clemson with the ball at the 27. The Clemson offense then went to work with a series highlighted by a handful of plays covering more than 10 yards a pop, including:

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And then something happened once the Tigers got to 1st-and-Goal: Nothing. Three running plays netted a total of four yards for Clemson, leaving them at the Virginia Tech 2 and settling for the three-point lead with a field goal.

For more on this game, visit Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country and Clemson blog Shakin' the Southland.

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