(Eds: Adds quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By AARON BEARD AP Sports Writer Tajh Boyd is flirting with school records, DeAndre Hopkins keeps hauling in touchdowns and Sammy Watkins is emerging from a slow start.
Clemson's passing attack looks as though it's still improving entering the final month of the regular season.
The 10thth-ranked Tigers (8-1, 5-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) had 718 yards - 379 through the air - during their 56-20 win at Duke on Saturday night. Boyd passed for five touchdowns to match the program record for the second straight game, while Hopkins had three TD catches to set a school record for most career touchdown catches.
That performance against Duke - Clemson had 28 points in the first quarter and 42 by halftime - was one reason Boyd sounded so pleased after the Tigers' fifth straight win.
''I feel like we're starting to peak,'' Boyd said. ''We still haven't hit it yet but it's coming along and I'm very encouraged about this game.''
Boyd completed 16...