CLEMSON — Clemson’s Chad Morris isn’t used to watching his high-flying offense grounded like it was last week against Virginia Tech. The second-year offensive coordinator said Monday he’ll make sure it won’t happen again. The 14th-ranked Tigers (6-1, 3-1 ACC) were held to 295 yards against Virginia Tech. Tajh Boyd was the ACC leader in passing yards per game but managed 160 yards — well below his average coming in of 291. The offensive line gave up five sacks in a 38-17 win against the Hokies after allowing 10 its first six games.