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The Clemson offense had gotten off to a slow start this Saturday at home against Texas A&M, but Trevor Lawrence remedied things early in the second quarter.

Rolling to his left to escape intense pressure, he then feathered a gorgeous touch pass to receiver Justyn Ross, who then went into the end zone unchallenged.

Lawrence has not had the kind of start to the 2019 season most expected. He threw a couple of interceptions in Week 1 and then got banged up early this Saturday after a teammate stepped on his leg.



But clearly, this young man is going to be okay. That throw was just pristine.