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The play, the drive, the win

ATLANTA - Three plays into Clemson's final possession in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, it was almost impossible to imagine that the ACC's Tigers would win.

The drive, which started at the Clemson 20, opened with a rare drop by DeAndre Hopkins. Second-and-10. One play later, running the same route to the same spot in front of the Clemson sideline, Hopkins was targeted again. The play ended with a similar result. This time, he was draped by LSU cornerback Tharold Simon. An outraged Clemson bench demanded a flag for pass interference, but to no... Recommended Stories

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