End of 4th Quarter
- Bowling Green, KY 42101
- Line: FAU -6.5
- Over/Under: 68
Cameron Echols-Luper 6 Yd pass from Mike White (Ryan Nuss Kick)
7 plays, 53 yards, 2:51
Greg Joseph 29 Yd Field Goal
13 plays, 61 yards, 4:35
Devin Singletary 12 Yd Run (Greg Joseph Kick)
3 plays, 8 yards, 0:54
Devin Singletary 1 Yd Run (Greg Joseph Kick)
5 plays, 18 yards, 1:21
D'Andre Ferby 11 Yd Run (Ryan Nuss Kick)
11 plays, 81 yards, 4:20
Greg Joseph 48 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 45 yards, 2:16
Deon Yelder 12 Yd pass from Mike White (Ryan Nuss Kick)
10 plays, 85 yards, 3:45
Deon Yelder 1 Yd Run (Ryan Nuss Kick)
10 plays, 73 yards, 3:55
Devin Singletary 60 Yd Run (Jason Driskel Pass to Kalib Woods for Two-Point Conversion)
3 plays, 69 yards, 1:13
Willie Wright 49 Yd pass from Jason Driskel (Greg Joseph Kick)
4 plays, 60 yards, 1:07
Devin Singletary 5 Yd Run (Greg Joseph Kick)
10 plays, 62 yards, 3:13
The Clemson defensive unit will return some big studs next season, with underclassmen Austin Bryant and Clelin Ferrell, both linemen, returning for 2018. Cornerback Mark Fields and linebacker Kendall Joseph also will be back.
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