"Pulling a Clemson" wasn't going to happen in Raleigh Thursday night.
If you look in Websters dictionary pulling a Clemson meant losing a game no one can explain why. The Tigers have a history of doing such a thing.
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd continued to build his Heisman Trophy resume going 24-37 passing for 244 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers 26-14 win over NC State.
Here's Boyd's second touchdown in the third quarter to Martavis Bryant.
Before Boyd's touchdown pass to Bryant NC State's Bryan Underwood appeared to have an 83 yards touchdown run. Underwood tight-roped down the sidelines and the ACC officiating crew determined he stepped out of bounds.
The video evidence tells another story.
“That was right in front of me." NC head coach Dave Doeren said. "He (Underwood) wasn’t out of bounds. Unfortunately, they blew it dead so we
couldn’t review it. It cost us some points, but you have to move on from that.”
“To be honest, my eyes were straight on the end zone, I wasn’t looking at the ground,” Underwood said.
Clemson will have 12 days to prepare for Wake Forest next Saturday.