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Tiger Talk: By the numbers

How does Clemson stack up when it comes to statistics? We take a look at some of the team's numbers, and dig into their relevance when looking at the overall big picture. Clemson has a defense trending up and a offense trending down in this week's stats.

Offense

- 14th in total offense (498 yards per game)
- 45th in rushing offense (183.2 yards per game)
- 12th in passing offense (317.6 yards per game)
- 10th in scoring offense (41 points per game)
- T81st Sacks allowed (2.2 per game)
- 13th in turnover margin (1 per game)

Individual

- Tajh Boyd is 9th in the nation in total offense (326.7 yards per game)
- Andre Ellington 36th in the nation in rushing (94.2 yards per game)
- Nuk Hopkins 7th in the nation in receiving yards per game (113.6) also 10th in the nation in receptions per game (7.2)
- Chandler Catanzaro is 20th in the nation in field goals

Defense

- 82nd in total defense (421 yards per game)
- 51st in scoring defense (24.2)
- 86th in rushing defense (183.2)
- 68th in pass defense (237.8)
- 70th in sacks (1.7)
- 51st in tackles for loss (5.8)

Stats for Wake Forest game
- S. Anthony 27 snaps, 4 tackles
- V. Beasley 30 snaps, 3 tackles, 2 sacks
- C. Crawford 38 snaps, 2 tackles
- M. Goodman 40 snaps, 2 tackles, 1 sack
- Q. Christian 4 snaps, no tackles
- D. Williams 38 snaps, 5 tackles
- DJ. Reader 21 snaps, 3 tackles
- S. Shuey 48 snaps, 10 tackles
- J. Willard 54 snaps, 10 tackles, 1 sack
- T. Blanks 71 snaps, 3 tackles
- X. Brewer 66 snaps, 9 tackles
- B. Breeland 317 snaps, 32 tackles 9.9 snaps per tackle

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