Virginia Honor Roll
Tajh Boyd: He was sharp from the get-go, hitting his first eight passes. He finished by completing 14 of his final 15, for a bottom line of 24-of-29, 377 yards and three touchdowns. In the process, he became the ACC's all-time leader in touchdown responsibility.
Sammy Watkins: Eight catches for 169 yards and two long touchdowns. He broke the school record for 100-yard receiving games.
Rod McDowell: Another big-play day, with 12 carries for 76 yards, and touchdowns both rushing and receiving.
Martavis Bryant: His third-down conversion catch early got the offense rolling, and he finished with five receptions for 72 yards.
Jayron Kearse: The freshman safety continues to be a game-changer. His interception and caused fumble on back-to-back possessions changed the game in Clemson's favor.
Bashaud Breeland: He had a team-high 10 tackles, broke up two passes, and was relentless in coverage.
Korrin Wiggins: The freshman safety/nickel set up a touchdown with a late-game interception and had four physical tackles.
B.J. Goodson: His tackle on kick coverage help send a defensive message.
Adam Humphries: Just one catch, but he's breathing life into Clemson's punt return game. He had a 27-yarder against the Cavaliers.
Stephone Anthony & Spencer Shuey: They make plays, lots of them. Seven tackles for Anthony and five for Shuey.
Chad Kelly: His run-first mentality was on display, capped by a 38-yard touchdown sprint. He also completed five of seven passes.
Jordan Leggett: He continues to emerge as a playmaker, with four catches for 30 yards.
C.J. Davidson: With Zac Brooks out with a shoulder injury, he scored the Tigers' second touchdown with an inside run.
D.J. Howard: His hard running paid off with a late-game touchdown.
Bradley Pinion: He had his 19th punt inside the 20, without a touchback.