Chick-fil-A Bowl: LSU vs. Clemson Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Clemson comes back to beat LSU 25-24 on a last second field goal.
Wow. Big time clutch play from Tajh Boyd & Nuk Hopkins. Boyd: 35-49/339yds/2TDs and 29car/22yds/TD. Hopkins: 13/190yds/2TDs. CU wins 25-24— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 1, 2013
Dabo Sweeney's awkward act of picking sideline reporter up over his head was weird. But he's a cool dude.— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) January 1, 2013
Dabo Swinney was so excited he picked up Jeannine Edwards and spun her around.
Chandler Catanzaro hits a 37-yard field goal to give Clemson the win!
Timeout LSU as Clemson lined up for a game-winning 37-yard field goal attempt. 1 TO remaining.— LSU Football (@LSUfball) January 1, 2013
Boyd loses yards but centers the ball. Catanzaro will attempt a 37-yard FG to win the Chick-fil-A Bowl.— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) January 1, 2013
Clemson now at the 17-yard line.
There is no reason for Clemson fans to get mad. That was the 100th play. They are tired. Also it stops the clock— Will Vandervort (@steelerwill) January 1, 2013
Hopkins with another catch. Clemson at the 26-yard line .
Pass interference on LSU. Clemson gets a first down at LSU 42— Will Vandervort (@steelerwill) January 1, 2013
Boyd hits Hopkins with a perfect pass for a 26-yard gain to the 40-yard line.
If they get close enough, Clemson will have to make a choice on which kicker they will go with.
Clemson has held LSU to 8 3-and-out drives tonight; last time Tigers forced that many 3-and-outs was 2009 vs Boston College.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 1, 2013
Clemson has 1:39 to work with and three timeouts. Plenty of time. Clemson will start at LSU 20. 24-22 LSU— Travis Sawchik (@travis_sawchik) January 1, 2013
LSU throws three straight passes and now Clemson will get the ball back with all of their timeouts.
Clemson has more 1st downs and more yards but still trail.
Tajh Boyd throws a strike to DeAndre Hopkins for a 12-yard touchdown but Clemson fails to convert on the two-point conversion.
Big pass to Ford and Clemson is at the LSU 14.— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) January 1, 2013
Clemson with a little trick play as they move deeper in LSU territory.
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