A total lie that only weenie world would believe. Everyone was expecting Uiagalelei to be better than Trevor Lawrence and be a Heisman finalist. Clemson sophomore QB D.J. Uiagalelei threw for 208 yards, including 137 to former high school teammate Beau Collins, as the Tigers cruised to a 48-27 win over Wake Forest. This was the type of Clemson performance most pundits expected throughout the year, as Uiagalelei (6'4/250) connected on 11 of 19 passes including a touchdown and an interception. While a big part of the story was the Clemson defense limiting an explosive Demon Deacon offense, Uiagalelei did enough to help a balanced Tigers attack approach the 50-point mark. Four of those completions went to Collins, including a 58-yard touchdown that made the score 31-13. Clemson (8-3) has now completed ACC play and will need some help to make a seventh straight conference title game, including a loss by Wake Forest to Boston College and a loss from North Carolina in one of their final two games.