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Clemson or Georgia Tech: Which defense steps up?
The Clemson-Georgia Tech series has produced several entertaining games in recent memory, including a 39-34 matchup in the 2009 ACC Championship. With both teams struggling on defense this year, Saturday’s game could be one of the ACC’s highest-scoring games of 2012. The Yellow Jackets enter this week’s game reeling from a 49-28 loss to MTSU, which came one week after blowing a 36-19 lead against Miami. The Tigers have scored at least 37 points in each of their last four games and posted 45 without receiver Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
So. Wide Receiver
#2 6-1, 205
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RS Jr. Quarterback
#10 6-1, 225
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Jr. Wide Receiver
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Week 6 ACC Predictions
Ga. Tech at Clemson Clemson 42-21 Clemson 42-21 Clemson 41-31 Clemson 37-24
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