Uiagalelei leads Tigers to win over Furman in home opener

By Ian Taylor
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — Clemson’s 35-12 win over Furman on Saturday finished with an expected result, but it took an unexpected journey to get there.

Quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei played like the heir to Trevor Lawrence he was meant to be, while the Tigers’ defense was burned by screens and failed to live up to its lofty preseason expectations of total dominance.

The Tigers were playing in their second game in a calendar week after a season-opening win against

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