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No. 3 Clemson takes control

Deshaun Watson scores his second rushing touchdown of the game, to go along with two passing touchdowns, as Clemson takes control of the ACC Championship game leading No. 23 Virginia Tech 35-14.

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Acrobatic interception for Clemson

Cordrea Tankersley tiptoes the sideline and intercepts a pass from Jerod Evans at the Clemson 49. No. 3 Clemson would go on to score a touchdown off the turnover to take a 35-14 lead over Virginia Tech in the third quarter.

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech intercepted Deshaun Watson early in the third quarter, down 21-14 with momentum. But the Hokies failed to take advantage of the turnover and Clemson made them pay, with consecutive scoring drives to blow the game open 35-14 late in the third quarter. So far in the third quarter, Virginia Tech has minus-14 yards.

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Wisconsin had allowed one touchdown on passes thrown 25 yards or more downfield coming into tonight's Big Ten championship game. The Badgers have allowed two to Penn State.

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Scene in State College after Penn State scores the game-tying touchdown after trailing 28-7 earlier:

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Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Penn State has erased a 21-point deficit to tie Wisconsin 28-28. The Badgers had not given up more than 23 points in regulation all season but have been flustered by the Nittany Lions' big-play offense. Penn State has averaged 9.4 yards per play on its last three drives, all resulting in touchdowns.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

How they celebrated the game-tying touchdown, indoors, in State College.

Nittany Lions strike for 70-yard TD

Trace McSorley connects with Saeed Blacknall for a 70-yard touchdown as No. 7 Penn State draws closer to No. 6 Wisconsin at 28-21 in the third quarter of the Big Ten Championship game.

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Gallman TD run caps 89-yard drive

Wayne Gallman completes a 9-play, 89-yard drive with an 8-yard TD run as No. 3 Clemson takes a 28-14 lead over No. 23 Virginia Tech in the third quarter of the ACC Championship game.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Lines are starting to form outside a couple of bars in State College as the action gets a little more interesting in Indy. People want in to see the Big Ten title game now. It's also a chilly 38 degrees outside now.

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Fans in State College are well are their Penn State team thrives in the second half -- so plenty here just kept yelling to stop UW and get a touchdown. This is at Champs Sports Grill right off campus, after that came to fruition:

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson has four sacks against Virginia Tech, including two from ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year Dexter Lawrence. The Tigers have controlled the line of scrimmage throughout, allowing just 12 rush yards early in the third quarter.

Hokies turns Clemson over to start third

Deshaun Watson pass is deflected and then intercepted by Andrew Motuapuaka as the Hokies take over early in the third quarter at the Clemson 38. Clemson leads 21-14.

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Wisconsin is the third top-50 FPI team Penn State has played away from home. The first two (Pitt and Michigan) both won and had a combined 667 rushing yards and nine rushing touchdowns.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama could have been sluggish all through Saturday's game with Florida but LB Tim Williams said this team is too focused on the moment to ever overlook an opponent

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Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Penn State RB Saquon Barkley now holds the school record for most rushing yards by a sophomore (1,275) after surpassing Evan Royster. Last season, he set the school freshman record by running for 1,076 yards -- breaking D.J. Dozier's mark.

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The Big Ten wants playoff chaos. Deshaun Watson wants calm. His 3 TDs has Clemson up 7. Second half now on ABC. es.pn/2gTJx0N