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No. 2 Clemson pulls away in 4th quarter to beat BC 34-7

Adam Choice broke a 7-all tie with his 6-yard TD run, then freshman Travis Etienne scored twice in the final six minutes to lock things up.

Boston College coach Steve Addazio said when thinking about this game, throw out the final score because it didn't tell the effort and intensity the Eagles used against the defending national champions.

It was the second straight game Etienne, a Louisiana recruited wooed heavily by LSU, broke off a long touchdown run after his 81-yard score against Louisville last week.

Boston College: The Eagles looked in for another struggle through the ACC after opening league play with a 34-10 loss at home to Wake Forest, then surrendering 515 rushing yards to fall to Notre Dame 49-20 last week.

Clemson's offense struggled to get the ball down field and once BC stopped biting on Bryant's quarterback runs, the Tigers' attack bogged down until the end— something that must be corrected if they hope for another big postseason.


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