CLEMSON, S.C. -- Another exciting ACC conference game is under way here, and North Carolina's defense has been impressive in the first half. Not impressive enough, though, to slow down Clemson receiver DeAndre Hopkins. The Tar Heels' offense has had two costly turnovers that resulted in 10 points for Clemson, and a third turnover resulted in a missed field goal for Clemson. Here's a look back at the first half.
Turning point: Clemson defensive end Kourtnei Brown intercepted a poorly thrown pass by UNC quarterback Bryn Renner and returned it 20 yards for a touchdown for a 24-10 lead. It was the first touchdown scored by a Clemson defensive lineman since 2006, and it finally put some separation between the Tigers and the Tar Heels in what
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