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Goddard claimed Defensive Back of the Week honors with an eight-tackle, two interception day, capped off by one of the top plays of the week, an interception in the end zone to seal the Tar Heel win.Junior quarterback Cameron Sexton came off the bench to lead the Tar Heels to a 28-24 victory at Miami . C., native was 11 of 19 for 242 yards and two touchdowns, including the game winner with 46 seconds.Most of those, and the UNC points, came in the fourth quarter vs. "We didn’t play very well," said North Carolina head coach John Bunting. His four first-half touchdown runs (1, 1, 10 and 2 yards). "The offense did what it was supposed to do today," said Davis. They opened up holes for me and allowed me to gain big yards the entire game." Reggie Merriweather also scored on a one-yard run in the second quarter. He rushed for 43 yards on eight carries before leaving the game in the third quarter with an apparent ankle injury. Meanwhile the Tar Heels' offense, which came in averaging nearly 375 yards per game, never got untracked against the Clemson defense. The game was played before a sellout crowd announced at 83,000. It was Clemson's (3-1, 2-1 ACC) second straight victory. The Tigers rushed for a season-high 324 yards and seven touchdowns, four by sophomore tailback James Davis. They took it to us.” At the end of three quarters the Tigers led 52-0 and North Carolina had mustered just 63 total yards. “Today was just a total team win," said Clemson defensive end Gaines Adams.
In the second half, with Carolina trailing by 10, he hit Hakeem Nicks in stride for a 74-yard touchdown play.On the final play of the game, Goddard picked off a pass in the back of the end zone, knocking it out of the hands of the intended receiver and holding on for his second interception of the day as the game ended. It was the second time in his career Goddard had two interceptions in a game at Miami (2005).click here to download the software.) CAM SEXTON () "We'll watch the film tomorrow to see what we can get out of it. "Our offensive line really responded today and made some statements," said Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden. Clemson won the total yardage battle 504-150, controlled time of possession by more than 17 minutes and didn't punt the entire afternoon. "That’s a good sign that they can come out after I challenged them and showed some pride.” Meanwhile, the defense held the Tar Heels to just 150 total yards. Davis led the rushing onslaught with 95 yards on 15 carries, playing sparingly after halftime. Spiller added 58 yards on 12 carries and two scores (7, 1).