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Thats when the Tigers (6-0, 4-0) fought back, Boyds 6-yard TD run with 13:44 left putting them ahead for good. National sack leader Vic Beasley sealed things a few moments later when he scooped up Chase Rettigs fumble and took it 13 yards for a touchdown. The Boston College quarterback coughed up the ball after a big hit by linebacker Tony Steward. Clemson held on to start 6-0 for the second time in three years. "If you want to be a good team, you have to win games like this," Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. "We kept fighting and overcame mistakes." The Tigers most likely wont wriggle of the hook should they repeat the errors against the well-rested Seminoles (5-0), who had Saturday free and come off a 63-0 victory over Maryland in their last game. Boyd also had a touchdown pass and finished with 334 yards passing to become the schools all-time leader in passing yards, surpassing Charlie Whitehurst. Boyd chose to focus on Clemson handling adversity and succeeding instead of a near defeat. "Ive been in that situation plenty of times," he said. "Youve got to go back, reflect on it and youve got to lead." Boyd said hell remind the Tigers of whats at stake this week, the attention that will be on Death Valley and how the players must prepare to succeed as they did against Georgia in a 38-35 victory back on Aug. 31. "Weve got some great capabilities," he said. "Weve got to keep making adjustments so we can continue to improve." Sammy Watkins had seven receptions for 101 yards, his fourth game over the century mark this season and 11th in his career. He scored on a 48-yard touchdown grab that gave the Tigers their first leaad of the game at 10-7.dddddddddddd. But it was Clemsons oft-maligned defence -- remember when the Tigers gave up 70 points in the Orange Bowl two years ago? -- that turned things around in this one. Eagles tailback Andre Williams, who came in the nations top rusher, was held to fewer than 3 yards a carry with 70 total. He had gained a career-best 263 a week ago in Boston Colleges win over Army. Boston College finished with 286 yards on offence, 162 of those coming on its two TD drives. Its the fifth straight game Clemson held an opponent to 14 points or less. "We hear a lot about our offence, but we just want to be the strength of the team," Beasley said. Clemson put its past two opponents in Wake Forest and Syracuse away by halftime, leading 35-7 at the break and cruising to sizeable victories. The Tigers tried that formula again in this one, reaching the BC 6 before kicker Chandler Catanzaro ended a string of 28 straight field goals inside 48 yards as he missed from 25 yards away. It was only the start of the Tigers execution problems. Two series later, Zac Brooks fumbled at the end of what wouldve been a first down and Eagles linebacker Steele Divitto recovered. After driving 68 yards to the Boston College 28, Watkins airmailed a halfback pass over wide open Adam Humphries. Two plays later, holder Corbin Jenkins couldnt get the snap down and the Tigers again left without points. Rod McDowell had Clemsons second fumble of the half a series later, then came up shy on fourth-and-6 as Clemson passed up a long field goal try the next time it had the ball. The Tigers finally broke through on the halfs last play, Catanzaro nailing a 35-yard field goal as time ran out to trail the Eagles 7-3 at the break. Clemsons struggles continued into the second half. The crowd of 77,506 relaxed some when Watkins took in his 48-yard catch along the right sidelines for a touchdown to put Clemson on top 10-7. But BC answered one play later on Rettigs 69-yard TD toss to Amidon. The nervousness didnt leave for good until after Beasley bounded in with the loose ball for a double-digit lead. 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