Trick play! Clemson hits reverse flea flicker to take commanding lead over Florida State
Clemson called one of the flashier plays of the day in all of college football on Saturday night vs. the Noles.
Nursing a 10-point lead in the second half, Clemson dialed up a reverse flea flicker.
It worked to perfection.
DJ Uiagalelei hit tight end Davis Allen in stride down the left sideline as he cruised into the end zone to give the Tigers a three-score lead.
Here’s the play:
Clemson brought out the reverse flea flicker for six 👀 pic.twitter.com/jCHzHCy8cL
— ESPN (@espn) October 16, 2022
This was Uiagalelei’s third touchdown of the night. He continues to play like one of the top quarterbacks in the entire country this season for the Tigers.
Clemson is looking for its seventh straight victory over the Seminoles. Florida State has not defeated the Tigers since the 2014 season.
If Clemson hangs on, it will be 3 straight losses for FSU after starting the season with a promising 4-0 record.
The Tigers are firmly in the hunt for a College Football Playoff appearance. Clemson is trying to get back to that stage for the first time since 2020.