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Oct 29, 8:00 PM | Grass of Bobby Dodd Stadium
Clemson Tigers vs Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Odds
The Yellow Jackets will do battle with the visiting Clemson Tigers on Saturday, looking to bolster their record and fatten the pocketbooks of bettors who back them.
The Yellow Jackets sport records of 6-2 and 4-3-1 ATS heading into this matchup, while the Tigers sit at 8-0 and 7-1 ATS on the season. The over under records are 5-3 for the Yellow Jackets and 6-2 for the Tigers.
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Tajh Boyd, a first-year starter, has quieted criticism by leading the sixth-ranked Tigers into the national championship picture.
Clemson defensive end Kourtnei Brown has been named the FWAA/Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week for games of the weekend of Oct. 22. Brown, a 6-6, 255-pound senior from Charlotte, NC, scored two touchdowns - one by interception return and one by fumble return - in Clemson's 59-38 victory over North Carolina.
Georgia Tech center Jay Finch will likely miss the Yellow Jackets’ Saturday night game against Clemson with a lower leg injury. Coach Paul Johnson said Finch is “probably out” for the game after Wednesday’s practice.
Finch sustained the injury on Tech’s first play from scrimmage in last week’s loss to Miami. He was replaced by Nick McRae, who will likely be Finch’s...
Georgia Tech, coming off back-to-back ACC road losses, hosts undefeated and sixth-ranked Clemson Saturday night under the lights of Bobby Dodd Stadium (8:12 p.m./ABC).
Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson will address the media in his weekly press conference at 11:30 on Tuesday. Fans are welcome to click here to watch the press conference live through Ramblin Wreck All-Access.
Bo Andrews and Seth Reeves each fired 3-under-par 69s Monday, lifting 12th-ranked Georgia Tech into the lead after two rounds of the sixth United States Collegiate Championship at The Golf Club of Georgia. The Yellow Jackets are attempting to capture their second consecutive title after not winning their home event in the first five years of its existence.
Head Coach Paul Johnson sat down to talk with the media before the Georgia Tech football team's Homecoming game on Saturday night against No. 5/6 Clemson. The game will kick off at 8 p.m. and will be broadcasted on ABC.
Hope you’re well. Some notes, and I’m going home. I’ll have something new up in the morning.
1. After Georgia Tech’s costly special-teams mistakes in Saturday’s loss to Miami, a common gripe resurfaced among fans and media that coach Paul Johnson needs to hire a special-teams coach. The coach was evidently paying attention and called the suggestion “ridiculous...
CLEMSON - Leave it to Dwayne Allen to make light of the ailing big toe on his right foot.
The "observations" are all over the place in location if not in tenor, where quite a few - but not all -- Georgia Tech football fans are antsy, agitated and apprehensive. At some point in all this, a toilet bowl comes into play.Message boards, call-in shows, and sidewalk Sallys and Sams are alight with thoughts on what ails the Yellow Jackets.Opinion is sometimes part of...
CLEMSON - Defensive coordinator Kevin Steele takes a look at Georgia Tech's triple-option offense.
The Tigers trail only No. 5 Georgia Tech (282-566) and No. 3 UCLA(281-569) and are tied at 6-under par with No. 13 Washington (282-570)and No. 11 USC (288-570).
After a 1-1 weekend, the Georgia Tech volleyball team will head out for their lone mid-week game of the year when they travel to Murfreesboro, Tenn. to meet up with Middle Tennessee State University on Wednesday, October 26 at 6:30 p.m. CT/7:30 p.m. ET.