The Florida State Seminoles and the Clemson Tigers are currently in the second quarter of their ACC showdown in Death Valley and, so far, it’s been all Florida State as they lead 17-7.
But, not all of the TDs were scored by Jameis Winston and the dynamic Florida State offense.
In the first quarter, the FSU defensive line was able to get some pressure on Clemson QB Tajh Boyd a number of times, and one of those times, it worked out very well in the ‘Noles’ favor.
Boyd was hit when CB Lamarcus Joyner came off the edge on a blitz, and sophomore defensive end Mario Edwards Jr., all 277-pounds of him, was right there to scoop the ball and rumble his way 35 yards into the end zone:
The former no. 1 overall recruit in the country is making his presence felt early on in this game.
[h/t] SB Nation