Reading Time: 2 minutesOn Thursday night, the college football world was stunned by the news that Clemson QB, Heisman favorite, and potential NFL first pick Trevor Lawrence had tested positive for COVID-19. He was officially ruled out for Saturday’s contest between the Boston College Eagles and Clemson Tigers. Here’s why BC has a legitimate shot of defeating #1 Clemson in Death Valley on Saturday. 1. Clemson’s Backup QB D.J. Uiagalelei Has Never Started a NCAAF Game Every sports fan knows how hard it is for a backup to come into a heavily pressured situation. That is just the case...Read More
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Reading Time: 2 minutes1. Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Putting on a clinic against Georgia Tech this past Saturday, Trevor Lawrence launched 400+ passing yards and 5 Touchdowns in just a half-and-a-drive on play. Finding his go-to target Amari Rodgers six times for two Touchdowns, Lawrence and the Tigers were locked in and steamrolled into a 73-7 victory. This performance by Dabo Swinney’s ball club is like no other before as this was the largest win in ACC history. Another week, another ousting performance by the soon-to-be No. 1 draft pick. 2. Mac Jones – QB, Alabama Outlasting the...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson The projected No.1 overall pick in the 2021 draft put on a show in the potential preview of the ACC Championship game against Miami (FL). Lawrence, along with Running Back Travis Etienne, dismantled the ‘Canes defense while putting up 42 points. Tossing three and rushing for one touchdown, Lawrence was locked in all night. Through four games, the 6-foot-6 Junior has yet to throw an interception while leading the Tigers to the No.1 overall ranking position. Clemson will take on Georgia Tech next Saturday as Lawrence looks to continue his...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Leading the number one ranked Clemson into a thundering win against Virginia, Lawrence picked apart the Cavaliers’ defense. Staying consistent throughout the duration of the game, the heavy favorite to take home the Heisman award chucked three touchdowns along with 329 passing yards. In addition to the air game, Lawrence also executed on the ground. Picking up 36 rushing yards, the once in a generation-type Quarterback can do it all. In an 41-23 win, Lawrence stayed hot and will look to continue next week when taking on Miami (FL) next...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes1. Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Though on a bye week, Clemson Quarterback Trevor Lawrence still holds the top spot in the Heisman race. In two games, Lawrence has gone 30-for-37 on completion with 519 pass yards and 4 TD. Clemson will return to action next week against Virginia at home. Expect Lawrence to keep his strong pace against a weak Virgina defense. 2. Sam Elingher – QB, Texas In an offensive shootout between Texas’ Sam Elingher and Texas Tech’s Alec Bowman, the Longhorns prevailed in Overtime, 63-56. Elingher led Texas to a late comeback in...Read More
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