Dylan Callaghan-Croley: Clemson 34 – Georgia Tech 13
The Tigers just has too much talent across the board for the Yellow Jackets to compete with them for more than a half. I think this game is probably closer than the scoreboard will indicate but a few garbage time touchdowns makes it look a whole lot better for the Tigers.
Player of the Game: Jordan Mason
Mason has been a consistent force throughout the season so far for the Yellow Jackets and he’ll be a huge reason if they pull up an upset.
Lee Cagle: Clemson 20 – Georgia Tech 17
I believe that the Jackets are going to make this a closer game than anyone expects. Ultimately the talent of the Clemson defensive front will make a critical stop late game but I believe Tech will threaten the upset.
Player of the Game: Anree Saint Amour
Anthony Hartwig: Clemson 30 – Georgia Tech 27
I think Tech will play much better than last week but in the end, Clemson is just too much. They’ll come up with a key late score to secure a win.
Player of the Game: Clinton Lynch
Clemson’s interior will be very hard to run the dive on. Look for the perimeter backs to make big plays and for Lynch to sneak out of the backfield for a big TD through the air. Players like Lynch, Searcy, and even Marshall need to have success on the perimeter to open up the inside run game.
Blake Silvers: Clemson 38 – Georgia Tech 21
The Yellow Jackets are having another one of those explainable seasons similar to 2015 and 2017 where all the pieces seem to be in place, but they can’t put a complete game together. Clemson, on the other hand, has been one of the best teams in America over the last four or five seasons. Georgia Tech has what it takes to pull off a 2015 FSU type upset, but I look for a blowout in the end on Saturday. The stands will be mostly orange and, though Tech will play a solid game,