* Clemson defeats #1 Seminoles in a no contest...Improves to 4-3 (2-1) Sammy Watkins with one of his two TD catches... Death Valley, SC -- 81,000 plus came out in support of their Clemson Fighting Tigers tonight, in what was affectionately called the Asterisk Bowl. This rivalry game had all the build up of a Super Heavyweight fight at the beginning of the season, alas, The hype fizzled do in part to Clemson's lackluster season, and FSU's Coach @ThaBayouChef missing his game do to other obligations, hence the asterisk As Coach CT stated, Tahj Boyd is warming the bench until further notice. Chad Kelly, redshirt Freshman, started his first career game, and played well again, as he did in the second half of the BC game. 1st Quarter action would start with Clemson receiving the ball. FSU played stout run defense, keeping McDowell in check. Kelly was able to convert on a couple of third downs to keep the drive alive. Eventually, he hooked up with Sammy Watkins on a 7 yard pass that was reviewed, but upheld, 7 - 0 Clemson. On the ensuing drive, FSU would no huddle and read option their way down to Clemsons redzone, and then a crucial mistake by Winston. FS Smith would pick a pass at the 4 yard line and cake walk it to paydirt for the pick 6. 14 - 0 Clemson. FSU responded methodically driving the ball down field with their hurry up offense. Winston hit Haplea on a playaction pass, in which he broke two tackles, and scampered 66 yards for their only TD of the day. Second Quarter action, Kelly found his new favorite target Sammy Watkins for the second time, this one for 38 yards after he beat bump and run coverage. A field goal was added to close out the half, Clemson up 24 - 7....Third quarter, Tigers would continue to beast the overmatched CPU controlled Seminoles. It became too predictable, Option, hurry up, option, hurry up, Scramble...This was their offense the entire second half. FSU managed to add a field goal late in the third, but were never closer than 14 points. Clemson scored on a 28 yard toss outside, one of the only runs for more than 10 yards against the stingy FSU front 7. Final score ended up being a blowout, 38 - 10.