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Virginia Tech's stout defense will have its hands full today with Clemson's balanced offense, led by quarterback Tajh Boyd.
HOKIES' KEYS TO THE GAME
Get out of the gate fast
Clemson is 4-7 on the road in coach Dabo Swinney’s two full seasons as coach and now strolls into a venue in which Tech is 23-5 in ACC play since joining the league in 2004. The Tigers have been slow starters, failing to lead at halftime in their first three games. The Hokies could do themselves a real favor by coming out juiced, jumping up early on the scoreboard and whipping the Lane night crowd into a veritable cathedral of noise.
Run the ball
The Tigers are averaging 190 yards per game on the ground, but they were held to 99
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