With Trevor Lawrence isolated at home because of COVID-19, Clemson Tigers needed a double-digit second-half rally to beat the Boston College Eagles 34-28 on Saturday.
Uiagalelei got the rally going, leading Clemson on three straight touchdown drives to start the second half. His 30-yard touchdown run opened the scoring in the second half. On the next possession, he threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Amari Rodgers to narrow the gap to 28-26.
In all, Clemson scored 24 unanswered points and shut out the Eagles in the second half.