Found October 26, 2012 on Diehardsport:
Going into the game, Clemson Tigers wide receiver Sammy Watkins had only 202 receiving yards and 0 touchdowns.  He managed to double that total against Wake Forest by putting up 202 receiving yards on 8 receptions and one touchdown.It’s safe to say that Sammy Watkins is back playing the way people were expecting him to when the year started.  He is an explosive playmaker that can only be matched by a few players in college football.Video via Big Lead Sports

Clemson WR Sammy Watkins shows off his ridiculous skills on this TD vs. Wake Forest

Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins is one of the most talented wide receivers in college football. The 6'1", 200-pound sophomore was even an AP first-team All-American last season, becoming just the fourth true freshman to ever do so. Rotoworld currently has Watkins as the No. 2 NFL Draft prospect in the entire sophomore class, only behind Jadeveon Clowney, the South...

Video: Sammy Watkins’ 61 yd TD catch; Sets Clemson single-game record for receiving yards

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Tajh Boyd threw for a school-record 428 yards with five touchdown passes, Sammy Watkins added a school-record 202 yards receiving and No. 14 Clemson routed Wake Forest 42-13 on Thursday night. Boyd was 27 of 38 and connected with Watkins for three plays of 50 or more yards, including a 61-yarder for a score. Watkins finished with eight catches and Boyd added touchdown throws of...

Enjoy The Clemson Offensive Show. Tigers Bomb Deacs

Clemson and Thursday night wasn’t a good mix.  Heading into Thursday night’s game against Wake Forest the Tigers were 1-9 when the ESPN cameras are focused on Clemson on a Thursday night.  In fact the last time Clemson played Wake Forest at BB&T field on a Thursday night the Deacs won 12-7 and Tommy Bowden was gone, Dabo Swinney began his head coaching career soon...

Game recap in haiku: Clemson crushes Wake, 42-13

Well folks, it was bowling shoe ugly. Michael Campanaro made a triumphant return, and Tommy Bohanon continues to be a pretty cool guy. Not much else to be said. Instead we turn to haiku... Total destruction Shamed on national T.V. Hottest of garbage After a couple of really good defensive stops, including one that ended with Wake getting amazing field position, our coaches got...

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Wake Forest routed by No. 14 Clemson, 42-13

Wake Forest struggled to contain Clemson's speedy receivers, and the 14th-ranked Tigers piled up the points. The result was yet another lopsided loss to a Top 25 opponent. The Demon Deacons had no answers for Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins or the rest of Clemson's big-play offense in a 42-13 loss Thursday night. Wake Forest let Boyd throw for a school-record 428 yards with five...

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Wake Forest (4-3) returns to BB&T Field tomorrow night against No. 14 Clemson (6-1) on ESPN. It will certainly be an uphill battle against the uber-talented Tigers offense who boasts playmakers Tajh Boyd, DeAndre Hopkins, Sammy Watkins and Andre Ellington. But the Wake defense has been stout in its past two games, albeit against Maryland and Virginia. The Deacs are eager...
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