Box Score Breakdown: Clemson's stat leaders from 51-45 thriller over Wake Forest

Fifth-ranked Clemson remains undefeated after a thrilling double overtime fourth-down stop to overtake No. 21 Wake Forest on the road.

In the Tigers 51-45 win over the Demon Deacons, quarterback DJ Uiagalelei was firing on all cylinders, completing 26-for-41 passes (63%) for 371 yards and five touchdowns (a career high) along with 52 yards rushing.

In his career-high performance in Saturday’s win, Uiagalelei became the first Clemson player to throw for at least 300 yards,

rush for 50 or more yards and throw at least three touchdowns in a game since Deshaun Watson back in 2016.

En route to the win, the second-year starter connected with seven different receivers, four of which recorded at least four receptions for 30 yards or more.

Check out Clemson Wire’s breakdown of the box score and stats recorded from the Tigers win over Wake Forest.

Passing: DJ Uiagalelei: 26 / 41 371 yards 5 TDs 0 INTs

Rushing: Will Shipley: 20 carries, 104 yards, One TD DJ Uiagalelei: 14 carries, 52 yards Phil Mafah: Seven carries, 26 yards Kobe Pace: Three carries, Seven yards Antonio Williams: One carry, -1 yard

Receiving Jake Bringingstool: Six receptions, 72 yards, One TD Joseph Ngata: Four receptions, 84 yards Beaux Collins: Four receptions, 60 yards, One TD

Receiving Davis Allen: Four receptions, 36 yards, Two TDs Antonio Williams: Three receptions, 51 yards

Receiving Will Shipley: Three receptions, 15 yards Brannon Spector: One reception, 41 yards, One TD E.J. Williams: One reception, 12 yards

Kick/Punt returns: Will Taylor: One punt return, 0 yards Drew Swinney: Two kick returns, 16 yards

Kick/Punt returns: Will Shipley: One kick return, 24 yards Antonio Williams: One kick return, 26 yards

Kicking B.T. Potter: 3/3, Long 52 yards


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