Clemson football QB Cade Klubnik leads comeback to win 27-21 vs. Syracuse Clemson had a big win. And maybe an interview with the quarterback.

Freshman quarterback Cade Klubnik left the sideline in the second half to replace struggling starter D.J. Uiagalelei and led Clemson to back-to-back touchdown

Fifth-ranked Clemson (8-0, 6-0) heads into its opener with a commanding lead in the ACC Atlantic Division. Syracuse (6-1, 3-1) struggled to push the Tigers to the top.

Clemson set an ACC record with its 38th straight home win. It was the first game between undefeated teams with at least six wins in Memorial Stadium history.

The Tigers lead 8-0 in the ninth. In the previous seven, they went to the game for the national championship.

Kubik entered with Clemson trailing 21-10 in the third quarter after Uiagalelei's third-down turnover. Kubik led an 80-yard drive and the Tigers scored on two plays on the next drive,

with Will Shipley running 50 yards for a TD. On the two-point conversion for a 24-21 lead, Klubnik escaped the sack and found Joseph Ngata in the back of the end zone.

The Tigers were in danger of losing control of the ACC, but they recovered with a second-half comeback and are now on the verge of wrapping this thing up.