If you're Clemson in this game, you kind of have to hope that Tajh Boyd takes over at some point. And he did on the Tigers' first drive of the second half, accounting for 63 yards through the air or on the ground on an 87-yard drive that put Clemson back in front.
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Boyd was 3-of-3 for 48 yards and the touchdown and rushed for 15 yards on a couple of carries. The scoring strike went to Dwayne Allen on an eight-yard pass.
Virginia Tech has not had as much luck on offense. After two drives, the Hokies stand at exactly zero yards of total offense for the half, with the ball going back to Clemson after their latest effort. Stopping Boyd probably wouldn't be a bad place for the Hokies defense to start.
For more on this game, visit Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country and Clemson blog Shakin' the Southland.