No. 3 Clemson rolled over Boston College Friday night 56-10 in a game thats tone was set very early on, thanks in part to spectacular highlight plays.
One such play unfolded midway through the first quarter when Tigers' wide receiver Mike Williams used every inch of his 6-3 frame to haul in a deep ball from Deshaun Watson
The redshirt junior wideout streaked down the right sideline, beat his man and dove to snag the 50-yard pass, setting Clemson up with first and goal. Williams would catch a touchdown pass three plays later to push the Tigers' lead to 14-3.
Williams had two catches for 59 yards and a score on three targets during the game as the Tigers marched to an easy road victory to remain undefeated six games into the season.