E is for ED. Clemson suffered this weekend's most baffling moment of erectile dysfunction, scoring 10 points in the first quarter against Boston College and then none for the rest of the game in losing to a Boston College team that was previously 0-4 in conference. BC Head Coach Frank Spaziani and Offensive Coordinator Gary Tranquill, whose combined age is 728 years old, both enjoyed your ineptitude, Clemson, and sympathize with your condition.
Kuechly, who leads the nation in tackles, finished the day with 14 (10 solos, 4 assists), to extend the nation's longest streak of games with 10 or more tackles to 17. He also registered the potential game-saving interception with 1:42 remaining in the game, by picking off a Kyle Parker pass at the BC 45 on second down. The Eagles were able to run the clock down to 43 seconds before Clemson took over for one last drive that ended on the Clemson 43 with a Parker incompletion as time expired. Kuechly also was credited a TFL assist.
Clemson at Boston College. The Happening: Ain't nothing to be afraid of but the nothing. Spaziani sees you eyein' his lemon-drink. Stab yourselves to save yourselves.