ACC’s top fourth-down offenses

In 2015, Clemson backs Deshaun Watson and Wayne Gallman combined to rush for over 2,600 yards; Watson, of course, was also the most dynamic passer in college football, too. The Tigers were, unsurprisingly, one of the most prolific offenses in college football — and that was after losing stud receiver Mike Williams for the season in the 2015 opener.

Clemson finished third in the conference in time of possession (31:56:20), and averaged more than 26 first downs per game, which led the ACC; North Carolina checked in at No. 2 with 23.9 first downs per game. But were the Tigers of Dabo Swinney the league’s most efficient fourth down offense?

No, they were not, and that’s not all on the shoulders of the ACC’s most entertaining punter.

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