A weekly look inside the numbers of Clemson football…
Clemson football by the numbers (through 11 games)
-4 - Clemson held an opponent to negative passing yards for the first time in school history versus The Citadel.
4.6 - The Tigers averaged their widest margin per play (7.4 to 2.8) in the Chad Morris era.
17 - The 17 first down margin was the second-most under Morris. The leader was versus LSU last year (24).
44.6 - Clemson's third down rate hasn't been too out of ordinary on its current win streak, converting 25-of-56 (44.6 percent) combined against Maryland, Virginia, Georgia Tech and The Citadel.
99 - Senior Clemson running back Rod McDowell topped 100 yards for the third time this season, showing what he can do when he gets carries. With double-digit attempts, the Sumter native is averaging over six yards per carry and 99 yards a game with four touchdowns.
221 - Tajh Boyd has a 221 pass efficiency in the month of November, which leads the nation. Against South Carolina last season, he had a 106.96 rating, with two picks to one touchdown.
386 - In the margin category again, Clemson had 386 more yards than The Citadel, which is another high under Morris.