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Technical Tidbits 10/19: Tech Blown Out By Clemson

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Yellow Jackets suffer a 73-7 blow out loss to Tigers.

NCAA Football: Clemson at Georgia Tech Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports

There was certainly a lot to take away from the Yellow Jackets’ lopsided loss to Clemson this past weekend. The 73-7 blowout was one of the most lopsided losses in school history. This article breaks down some very valid takeaways that could help Tech put this loss behind them. Clemson’s defense is certainly on a whole different level. It’s easily better than any of the four defenses the Yellow Jackets faced before Saturday. That answers Tech’s lack of offensive production. It is also important to point out the level of the talent Clemson has on its team. Whether it is on the offensive side or defensive side of the ball, Clemson is a team loaded with talent and that showed on Saturday. The unpredictability of the ACC is also a positive point for the Yellow Jackets to reflect on. North Carolina did lose to FSU whom Tech defeated and Louisville nearly upset Notre Dame after being routed by Tech. It was a crazy week of football, and hopefully the team can move on as it prepares for its next game.

Well, apparently the AJC like many other news and online publications are requiring a subscription to have unlimited viewership of its articles. So if you aren’t able to view this article, I apologize in advance. It basically just runs down Geoff Collins’ postgame musings from Tech’s 73-7 loss to Clemson on Saturday. Going forward, there will likely be fewer AJC articles, because personally, this writer doesn’t plan on subscribing to their service.

The Yellow Jackets men’s basketball team has begun its official preseason practice, as this article points out. The first practice was on Friday. With four starters returning from last year, the Yellow Jackets look to improve on their fifth-place finish in the ACC last season.

Being a fan of college football means enduring both the good and bad times. Apparently, sometimes that can mean going viral. At least, that seems to the focus of this article which highlights a Twitter post of a Tech fan who apparently couldn’t watch any more of Tech’s lopsided loss to Clemson.