NCAA Football Recap Week 6, Boston College Falls 56-10 to Clemson, Friday, October 7, 2016

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clemson-tigersCLEMSON TIGERS Boston College EaglesBOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES
6-0, 1st in Atlantic Division October 7, 7:30 PM | Turf of Alumni Stadium 3-3, 7th in Atlantic Division

When: 7:30 PM ET, Friday, October 7, 2016
Where: Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Clemson Tigers vs. Boston College Eagles, BOXSCORE

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clemson-tigersClemson Tigers 21 0 14 21 56
Boston College EaglesBoston College Eagles 3 0 7 0 10
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/07 7:30 PM
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312Boston College EaglesBoston College
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Friday, October 7th, Clemson Tigers vs. Boston College Eagles.

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clemson-tigersClemson -17 -105 -740 43 -105
Boston College EaglesBoston College +17 -115 +533 43 -115
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Clemson got a 109-yard performance from Wayne Gallman as a key part of its 56-10 victory over the Eagles on Friday at Alumni Stadium.

Clemson was the ATS victor, as they covered the -18.0-point spread as a favorite. Over-Under bettors who played OVER the total of 43.0 were rewarded at the payout window.

Wayne Gallman rushed for 109 yards, while Tavien Feaster added 56 yards in the win. Deon Cain and Jordan Leggett added 68 and 66 receiving yards respectively.

Davon Jones rushed for 48 yards for Boston College, while Jon Hilliman added 42 yards. Patrick Towles threw for 91 yards for the Eagles, while receivers Tommy Sweeney and Davon Jones had 48 and 25 yards respectively.

Boston College was outgained by Clemson 503-251 yards in Friday’s match, while the important battle of first downs was won 21-15 by the Tigers.

The time of possession battle favored Boston College as their offense was on the field for 38:08, longer than the 21:52 of their opponents.

Next game, Clemson takes its act home to face NC State looking for another win. For Boston College, they head home to face Syracuse.

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said last week that the Tigers’ next goal was to win the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Atlantic Division, “and Boston College is in the way.”

Not anymore.

Deshaun Watson threw for four touchdowns and Clemson showcased its quick-strike, big-play capabilities in a 56-10 victory over Boston College on Friday night at Alumni Stadium.

The third-ranked Tigers bolted to a 21-3 lead in the first quarter and coasted to their 12th consecutive ACC victory dating to the 2014 season.

Clemson (6-0, 3-0 ACC) improved to 6-0 for the fourth time in eight seasons under Swinney and extended its road winning streak to eight, matching the longest such streak in program history.

Boston College (3-3, 0-3), meanwhile, saw its ACC losing streak extended to 11 games.

“We came up here to take care of business and we did just that,” Swinney said. “We wanted to play our best game of the year and we played our best game of the year.

“We hit some big plays and got control of the game pretty early. Then we had a dominant second half. The execution was tremendous.”

Watson completed 14 of 24 passes for 266 yards, sparking an offense that riddled the nation’s top-ranked defense for 499 yards. Boston College entered the game allowing only 202 yards per game.

Clemson had three scoring plays of 45 yards or more and six of its seven scoring drives required seven plays or less.

Wayne Gallman rushed for 109 yards on only nine carries, including a 59-yard touchdown run on his first carry of the game. It is Clemson’s longest run from scrimmage this season.

Gallman, who set a Clemson season rushing record with 1,527 yards last year, was presented with the Leather Helmet Award that goes each year to the Most Valuable Player in the Clemson-Boston College game.

“Our ability to run the football was critical,” Swinney said. “Wayne is just kind of blue collar, not flashy. I’m really proud of him.”

Boston College was coming off a 35-3 win over Buffalo in which the Eagles held the Bulls to 67 total yards — the fewest ever by an Eagles opponent.

But it was Clemson’s defense that shined Friday night, holding the Eagles to 251 total yards and collecting eight tackles for loss, including three sacks.

Boston College quarterback Patrick Towles completed 11 of 22 passes for 91 yards and the Eagles’ touchdown — a 1-yard pass to fullback Bobby Wolford with 4:51 left in the third quarter that cut Clemson’s lead to 35-10.

The Tigers added three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, with each of those produced by players scoring their first career touchdowns.

Tyshon Dye scored on a 3-yard run, Tavien Feaster added a 45-yard run, and sophomore cornerback Mark Fields intercepted a pass and returned it 42 yards to cap the scoring with 1:30 left in the game.

“I can think of a couple of these third-down situations where we had Watson bottled up, and all of a sudden he’s out of there,” Boston College coach Steve Addazio said. “Give credit where credit is due — that’s a strong team offensively. They’re very, very talented.”

Boston College opened the scoring, getting a 21-yard field goal from Mike Knoll with 11:08 left in the first quarter after Clemson’s Ray-Ray McCloud fumbled a punt to set the Eagles up at the Tigers’ 9-yard line.

But Clemson wasted little time in taking command. Gallman broke free for a 59-yard touchdown run four plays later — the longest run from scrimmage this season for the Tigers.

On Clemson’s next possession, Watson hooked up with wide receiver Mike Williams for a 50-yard gain, then found Williams again two plays later for a 10-yard touchdown and a 14-3 lead with 3:12 left in the first quarter.

The Tigers padded their lead less than two minutes later, getting a 56-yard scoring pass from Watson to Jordan Leggett on the first play of their next possession for a 21-3 lead.

Boston College drove to the Clemson 1-yard line in 13 plays midway through the second quarter, but a bobbled snap on fourth down doomed the effort.

“The thing that was really hard was not scoring before the half right there,” Addazio said. “I thought Patrick Towles was in. I don’t know what happened there. But I thought we played pretty spirited in the first half.”

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