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VIRGINIA TECH SCORES WITH QB KEEPER
SYRACUSE WR JACKSON STIFF ARMS WAY INTO END ZONE
LAWRENCE SCRAMBLES LEFT THEN DROPS DIME TO ROSS FOR TD
GEORGIA TECH'S OLIVER KEEPS IT FOR EASY TD
PLITT AND RILEY CONNECT ON THE DEEP BALL
DUKE QB UNLEASHES FOR 38-YARD TD
BROWN FINDS BURK FOR WIDE-OPEN TD PASS
FSU STRIKES FIRST IN OT
HOWELL CONNECTS WITH BROWN FOR 62-YARD UNC TD
AKERS TAKES THE BALL 44 YARDS TO PUT FLORIDA STATE AHEAD
No. 1 Clemson, Lawrence dominate 12th-ranked Aggies 24-10
No. 1 Clemson wanted to leave little doubt it was better than No. 12 Texas A&M. In the process, the Tigers left some doubts that anyone could challenge the defending national champs in another title run.
Trevor Lawrence threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score and the top-ranked Tigers won their record-tying 17th straight game with a 24-10 victory over the Aggies on Saturday.
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Wake Forest beats North Carolina 24-18 in nonconference game
Jamie Newman and Wake Forest had gone from dominant to hanging on, with North Carolina on the verge of yet another fourth-quarter comeback in a suddenly tense finish.
Yet these Demon Deacons have proven they can come up with big late-game plays, too.
Newman directed a clock-draining fourth-quarter drive, then watched as the Tar Heels ran out of time on their desperate final possession in Wake Forest's 24-18 win Friday night in an unusual nonconference matchup between same-state Atlantic Coast Conference teams.
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BC QB BROWN CATCHES TD ON TRICK PLAY
UNC SCORES LATE TD, GETS 2-POINT CONVERSION
IDRIZI STROLLS INTO END ZONE FOR BC TD
NEWMAN CONNECTS WITH SURRATT FOR 51-YARD SCORE
NEWMAN STRETCHES OUT FOR 2ND RUSHING TD
NEWMAN SNEAKS IN FOR DEMON DEACONS' FIRST TD
PITT'S TAYSIR MACK MAKES INCREDIBLE CATCH AT THE 1
No. 25 Virginia barely hangs on, beats Seminoles 31-24
Virginia turned the clock back 24 years and the No. 25 Cavaliers handed Florida State another gut-wrenching defeat.
The Cavaliers stopped Cam Akers on a final-play run from the 4 on Saturday night and barely hung on for a 31-24 victory that was reminiscent of the one in 1995 when they stopped Warrick Dunn on the final play in handing the Seminoles' their first ACC loss.
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