Clemson's reserves, though, kept the offense churning. Stoudt threw for 143 yards. Fourth-string tailback C.J. Davidson led the Tigers with 63 yards rushing and had 14 players catch passes in the blowout victory to finish with a season-high 512 yards of offense.
Morris wanted his players to get faster and saw the Tigers get off 95 plays — nearly 20 more than they had a week earlier against Georgia. He was particularly pleased with his backups, who were told earlier in the week they'd see plenty of playing time.
"They had their mind right. I thought they did a really good job. They led us down and scored the first two times they were in there," he said. "I think we definitely got better as an offense."
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