Virginia Tech entered Saturday night’s showdown against Clemson ranked 110th in the country in net punting average, and after another subpar performance by punter Scott Demler, that figure is unlikely to improve.
Demler averaged just 29.4 yards on eight punts, including a season-worst 11-yard effort early in the third quarter after bobbling a snap. That one seemed to change the momentum of the entire game, as Clemson marched down the field in three plays and took a 17-3 lead when tight end Dwayne Allen caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Tajh Boyd.
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