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But both quarterbacks threw their first career touchdown passes Sunday. Both Barkley and Goff made their name in the Pac-12 with the former once finishing sixth in Heisman voting while with the USC Trojans and the latter earning First-team All-Pac-12 honors for California. Both were highly touted draft prospects, although Barkley fell to the first pick of the fourth round while Goffs draft hype led to him being selected No. 1 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. Goff started his career on the bench for the Los Angeles Rams and made his first start in Week 11, completing 17 of 31 passes for 134 yards, but didnt throw a touchdown. He had to wait until Week 12 for his first career touchdown when he connected with Tavon Austin for a 24-yard score. Barkley had to wait much longer for his first touchdown. He appeared in four games over two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles but threw four interceptions and never a touchdown. He was traded to the Arizona Cardinals, but never appeared in a game and was then signed by the Chicago Bears in September. With Jay Cutler out of action, Barkley is handling starting duties and got out to a good start against the Tennessee Titans with a 7-yard touchdown pass to tight end Daniel Brown. The parallels for Goff and Barkley likely end there with the Rams hoping their No.

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– Deshaun Watson tied his career high with six touchdown passes, three to Mike Williams , and No. 4 Clemson took another, strong step to the College Football Playoff with a 56-7 victory over rival South Carolina on Saturday night. http://foresthillmotel.com/sophiegordonmax/2016/11/27/questions-for-consideration-with-picking-important-aspects-of-interview-body-language/If the Tigers (11-1) don’t stumble against Virginia Tech next week in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship, they’ll be off to college football’s final four for a second straight season. The Gamecocks (6-6) were little more than speed bump on that road that Clemson got past quickly, jumping out to a 21-0 lead in the opening quarter and cruising to a third straight win in the Palmetto State’s biggest sporting event. “We wanted to jump on these boys real quick,” Watson said. “That’s the motto every game, put pressure on them and have them back on their heels.” Watson finished with 347 yards and matched the six TDs he threw in his first college start against North Carolina in 2014. He also likely crept a bit closer in the Heisman Trophy race to Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson , whose team lost for a second straight week. Watson and the Tigers also wiped out memories of their last Death Valley game, a stunning, 43-42 loss to underdog Pitt — Clemson’s first home loss in more than three years. “We started the ball rolling last week and we’re keeping the ball rolling,” center Jay Guillermo said. “We’re hitting our stride at a good time.” Watson and Williams got things going with a 34-yard TD catch. Then Williams’ dragged South Carolina’s Jamarcus King on his for several yards during a 19-yard scoring catch.

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