Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller accounted for four touchdowns on the night against Clemson, but it was one costly interception that wound up being the difference between victory and defeat. Miller, right after the Buckeyes were given life on a less-than-advisable throw by Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd that was picked off by C.J. Barnett, turned the ball right back over to his opposition. Clemson only needed one more first down to ice the game.
The two teams traded leads all night, despite Clemson winning both the yardage (576-427) and turnover (4-2) battles handily. As you can imagine, Tigers coach Dabo Swinney was elated after the game, and even took a shot at South Carolina.