Clemson vs Georgia Tech : The Georgia Tech have their Week 4 NCAA game on Friday at Memorial Stadium , Champaign, IL, against the Clemson, and there are many ways for you to watch. Georgia Tech vs Clemson Live The college football game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and … Continue reading “Georgia Tech vs Clemson”
Clemson vs Georgia Tech Live
Time 3:30 PM EST
TV Network FS1
Location Memorial Stadium-Champaign
The Line: Georgia Tech Fighting Illini +26.5
The Clemson Nittany Lions and Georgia Tech Fighting Illini meet Friday in college football action at Memorial Stadium.
The Clemson Nittany Lions look for their second road victory of the season to start 4-0 for the third time in the last five years. The Clemson Nittany Lions have won seven of their last nine road games. Trace McSorley is completing 51.7 percent of his passes for 603 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. McSorley has two or more touchdown passes in eight of his last nine games. KJ Hamler and Brandon Polk have combined for 248 receiving yards and four touchdowns while DeAndre Thompkins has four receptions. The Clemson Nittany Lions ground game is averaging 237.6 yards per contest, and Miles Sanders leads the way with 295 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, Clemson is allowing 18 points and 324 yards per game. Jan Johnson leads the Clemson Nittany Lions with 18 tackles, Shareef Miller has three sacks and Amani Oruwariye has two interceptions.
The Georgia Tech Fighting Illini look to remain unbeaten at home to keep pace in the Big Ten West. The Georgia Tech Fighting Illini have lost five of their last seven home games. AJ Bush Jr. is completing 60 percent of his passes for 223 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions. Bush and M.J. Rivers II have combined for two touchdown passes and zero interceptions. Ricky Smalling and Sam Mays have combined for 212 receiving yards on 16 receptions while Mike Dudek has four receptions. The Georgia Tech Fighting Illini ground game is averaging 243 yards per contest, and Mike Epstein leads the way with 251 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, Georgia Tech is allowing 21 points and 480 yards per game. Jake Hansen leads the Georgia Tech Fighting Illini with 26 tackles, Isaiah Gay has one sack and Del’Shawn Phillips has two interceptions.