ESPN’s Joe Tessitore is on the call for Saturday’s game between No. 1 Clemson and Boston College at Death Valley.

At halftime, the Eagles hold a shocking 28-13 lead over the Tigers, who are playing without star QB Trevor Lawrence. However, it’s the Clemson defense that has been the big problem on Saturday.

There was a special moment in the second quarter. Tessitore’s son, John, is actually a redshirt sophomore punter/kicker for the Eagles, and as you can see below, Joe got to call a big play made by his son. John drew the Tigers offsides on a key fourth down:

Boston College then went on to score a touchdown on an incredible catch by CJ Lewis. Check out this madness:

Fans were quick to jump on Twitter to weigh in on the special moment for the Tessitore family:

Can the Eagles finish off the upset? We’ll see what happens in the second half, but there’s still a lot of football left to be played.