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Clemson Tigers Offense: 

The Clemson Tigers had to face their first huge test in week 4 when playing at Wake Forest, as Wake Forest has a great passing offense that Clemson would need to fight with, which is what Clemson did. Against Wake Forest, D.J. Uiagalelei looked much more comfortable throwing the ball farther down the field than he has all season, with 6 Clemson receivers having a reception of over 20 yards. Uiagalelei also did not make a lot of dangerous throws, even when throwing the ball further down the field. Uiagalelei had 371 passing yards, 5 touchdowns, while completing 26 out of his 41 passing attempts. Even though individually Uiagalelei played great, he had a lot of help from his receivers, including Joseph Ngata having 4 receptions for 84 yards, Jake Briningstool with 6 receptions for 72 yards and 1 touchdown, and Davis Allen who did a great job making contested catches with 2 touchdowns. Will Shipley stepped up when needed, with 104 yards on 20 carries, with 1 touchdown, and a 53 yard carry to get the Clemson offense going in the first quarter.