CHARLOTTE, N.C | No. 2 Clemson clobbers Pitt 42-10 for 4th straight ACC title

CHARLOTTE, N.C | No. 2 Clemson clobbers Pitt 42-10 for 4th straight ACC title

CHARLOTTE, N.C.  — Travis Etienne ran for 156 yards and two touchdowns, Trevor Lawrence threw two short scoring passes to Tee Higgins and No. 2 Clemson beat Pitt 42-10 on Saturday night to become the first team to win four straight Atlantic Coast Conference championships.

Clemson (13-0, CFP No. 2) is expected to face third-ranked Notre Dame, which was idle Saturday, in the College Football Playoffs on Dec. 29.

The Tigers ran for 301 yards and four touchdowns and averaged 9 yards per carry on a dreary, rain-soaked night in which Lawrence was limited to 118 yards passing.

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