Clemson moved to 9-1 on the season, defeating Maryland 45-10 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Quarterback Tajh Boyd led the way for the Tigers, completing 18 of his 26 pass attempts for 261 yards and 3 passing touchdowns.
Each of Boyd's touchdowns was thrown to a different receiver, including one to Adam Humphries, who hauled in his first career touchdown reception.
In all, Clemson had 436 yards of total offense, but the Tigers defense also put points on the scoreboard.
Defensive End Corey Crawford scored when he picked up a fumble and ran 16 yards for the touchdown in the first quarter.
The Tigers made school history on Saturday. It was the third consecutive game that Clemson scored 35 or more points in the first half of the game. That's the first time that's ever happened in Clemson football.
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