Clemson Tigers (50-29-2):
The series between Georgia Tech and Clemson is quite interesting. But despite not having overly dominant success since 1983, Georgia Tech still holds 21 more wins than Clemson in the all-time series. For Tech, a good amount of that 21 win cushion is from a 15-game winning streak starting at 1908 and finishing in 1934. In case you were wondering, the first game between the two programs began in 1898, a 23-0 Clemson victory. Another huge contribution to Tech’s nice lead in win is that Clemson has had difficulties stringing together wins against the Jackets. Their longest win streak is just four, the first in 1898 and the last of the four coming in 1903. The two programs didn’t play twice during that six year period. Following that win streak for Clemson, the Jackets took 28 of the next 30 games from 1908 to 1968.
In more recent memory, the series is quite a bit dominated by Clemson. The Tigers have won five of the last seven meetings. Prior to that, the Jackets had won four games in a three-year span against Clemson including the now vacated 2009 ACC Championship Game.
Clemson will look to add onto their two-year win streak this upcoming season when the Jackets travel to Death Valley to face the Tigers on October 28th.