Who Won the Clemson Game Yesterday?
The Clemson Tigers came out on top yesterday as they defeated the Georgia Bulldogs by a score of 37-27 in Death Valley. It was a back-and-forth game, with both teams trading big plays, until the Clemson Tigers were finally able to pull away in the fourth quarter.
The Clemson Tigers had the advantage of having quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who finished the game with a total of 404 passing yards and three touchdowns. Lawrence was instrumental in keeping the Clemson offense in a rhythm, as he spread the ball around to seven different recipients.
The Clemson defense also made key stops when they needed them, holding the Georgia offense to just 17 points throughout the game. They were led by strong outings from defensive lineman Xavier Thomas, who had two sacks, and linebacker Isaiah Simmons, who had 13 tackles.
Turning Point of the Game
The turning point of the game came late in the fourth quarter when running back Travis Etienne scored a 56 yard touchdown run to put the Tigers up by 10. From there, the Clemson defense was able to come up with a few more stops and they were able to close out the game with a very impressive win.
- Trevor Lawrence: Lawrence was impressive, as he was able to spread the ball around and keep the Clemson offense in a rhythm.
- Clemson Defense: The Clemson defense was solid throughout the game, making key stops and limiting the Georgia offense to just 17 points.
- Travis Etienne: Etienne’s touchdown in the fourth quarter gave Clemson the lead and was the turning point of the game.
At the end of the day, the Clemson Tigers emerged with their third win of the season, and there’s no doubt that this was a hard-fought victory for them. The Clemson Tigers will look to continue their winning ways next week against the Florida State Seminoles.