CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- No. 7 Clemson has staged several impressive rallies during its stellar season. So it's no surprise that the Tigers pulled off their most dramatic comeback of the year to clinch the ACC Atlantic Division.
Several fans at Death Valley booed when Clemson trailed Troy 16-13 at halftime of Week 1. The Tigers went on to a 43-19 victory.
There were only cheers and screams of joy Saturday when Chandler Catanzaro kicked a perfect, 43-yard field goal as time ran out in Clemson's 31-28 win over Wake Forest that sent the Tigers (9-1, 6-1) to next month's Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
"Words cannot describe what it means to build a team like this and go to an ACC championship," offensive tackle Landon Walker said.
Walker's team seems to buckle down whenever it gets pushed into a corner. The Tigers have trailed in eight of 10 games this season and prevailed in every one but a 31-17 loss at Georgia Tech on Oct. 30.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, holding ...