Clemson’s 73-7 win around Ga Tech on Saturday was a historically lopsided affair. The No. 1 Tigers entered halftime with a 52-7 lead and it failed to get a great deal prettier for the Yellow Jackets in spite of Clemson sitting down its starters late in the recreation.
Trevor Lawrence, the Heisman favored and projected No. 1 over-all pick in the 2021 NFL draft, was in regular kind irrespective of throwing an interception for the initial time due to the fact Oct. 19, 2019. Wideout Amari Rodgers was the beneficiary of Lawrence’s arm and hauled in six catches for 161 yards and two touchdowns to guide Clemson.
In this article are some of the eye-popping numbers from the blowout recreation:
52-7: Clemson’s halftime direct.
52 per cent: Clemson on third down (9 for 17)
14 percent: Ga Tech on third down (2 for 14)
671: Clemson full yards
204: Ga Tech full yards
410: Lawrence passing and hurrying yards
12.6: Typical length of Lawrence’s pass attempts
5.8: Georgia Tech quarterbacks’ normal distance on pass attempts
500: Clemson passing yards
81: Ga Tech passing yards
33: Clemson move completions, on 40 attempts
6: Georgia Tech pass completions, on 14 tries
66: The quantity of unanswered factors by Clemson. The Tigers scored a touchdown at 6:14 in the initially quarter to start the streak of TDs that did not finish until the 7:41 mark in the fourth quarter.
35-: Next quarter points scored by equally groups
17: Clemson players who caught a move
4: Georgia Tech gamers who caught a move
4: The selection of Clemson gamers who threw a pass — such as a punter
13: Factors Clemson scored on kicks
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