Jackson's 51-yard field goal in the second quarter gave him a school-record three field goals this season of 50 yards or longer.
Korn drove the Tigers to a field goal in the second quarter in his one possession running the offense. Granted, it was 24 yards on nine plays, but a marked improvement over previous showings.
Jackson missed potential game-tying field-goal attempts of 47 and 48 yards in the final four minutes.
Brown had a difficult first half. He dropped two passes and nullified a nice gain by another receiver with a holding penalty.
Some in the crowd booed quarterback Chris Turner after an early incomplete pass. By halftime, Turner had completed 11 of his next 14 passes.
With a chance to take the lead on consecutive possessions late in the fourth quarter, Clemson played for field goals and missed both times.
- Ron Morris