Georgia Tech was able to keep things close against Clemson over the weekend. For about nine minutes, that is.

After the Yellow Jackets made it 7-all in the first quarter, Dabo Swinney’s Tigers hit the gas pedal and never looked back. It was a banner day for quarterback Trevor Lawrence as he threw for 404 yards and five touchdowns.

After Clemson built a huge lead, three other quarterbacks saw action in relief of Lawrence. The icing, or disrespect, on the cake? One of those quarterbacks was Clemson’s starting punter, Will Spiers.

Spiers completed 2-of-3 passes for 13 yards, including the first-down conversion in the video above. Not bad for a punter that also punted three times for an average of 50.7 yards per punt.