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  Brice had his best college moment against Syracuse - with Clemson. With the Tigers trailing the Orange 23-20 late in the fourth quarter in the 2018 game at Clemson, with quarterback Trevor Lawrence out of the game, Brice led the Tigers 94 yards for the winning score. What the transfer wants now is to get Duke a winning score. College football has become a sport of constant movement and change. Herbert is a graduate transfer. Braxton Burmeister, the Hokies' starting quarterback Saturday, transferred from Oregon and running back Raheem Blackshear from Rutgers. So it goes.

Brice, who played two years as Lawrence's backup at Clemson, finally found a comfort level Saturday in the second half - Duke had only 91 yards in total offense in the opening half. He connected on some down-the-field throws and found senior tight end Noah Gray, the old reliable, for another TD pass. "This is our fifth real live competition, with one live scrimmage," Brice said. "Later on now we're beginning to click a little better. I'm understanding my personnel and feeling more confident in the system and play-calling." - Herald Sun


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