#13 Clemson 47 #12 Pitt 31 Pittsburgh, PA 2015 begins well for your Clemson Tigers. In what was a great all-around, the Tigers prevailed 47 - 31. Most of the Tiger offense came from the two players, QB Brett Tate and WR Sammy Watkins. Tate was 26 of 41 with 443 yards passing, 2 TD and only 1 pick. Watkins began his the defense of his Heisman title with 11 catches for 218 yards and 1 touchdown. While the passing game lit it up, the rushing attack proved effective as well, Mike Davis ran for 93 yards on 26 carries and scored twice. Eric McCloud had the play of the game. Even though he had only 2 tackes, one was a safety late in the game that sealed Pitt's fate. Clemson was able to get two picks against the opposing QB, one from Harold Shaffer and one from Thomas Adams. The Pitt Clemson rivalry is turning into a great one and fans are already inquiring about tickets to next years match-up in Clemson.