Clemson - Georgia Tech Notes

Lineup Notes: Braxton K. Williams will start at free safety. If Nick Eason can't play, Donnell Washington will start in his place at defensive tackle. If Jovon Bush can't play, DeJuan Polk will start in his place. Neither Washington, nor Polk have ever started a game.

Date: September 29, 2001
Kickoff: 3:43 PM
Site: Grant Field, Bobby Dodd Stadium (41,924)
Expected Attendance: Sold Out
Live TV: ABC (Sean McDonough, Ed Cunningham, Leslie Gudel)
Series Record: Georgia Tech leads 43-20-2
Last Meeting: Georgia Tech 31, Clemson 28 at Clemson, 2000
Last Meeting at Tech: Georgia Tech 45, Clemson 42 in 1999
Clemson Rankings: 25th in USA Today, unranked in AP
Tech Rankings: 9th in AP, 11th in USA Today

Clemson Injury Summary
*Kevin Youngblood (WR)-broken leg, out
*Jackie Robinson (WR)-broken jaw, out
*Marcus Houskin(FS)-broken neck, out
*Altroy Bodrick (LB)-torn ACL, out
*Roscoe Crosby (WR)-bruised knee, questionable
*Matt Bailey (WR)-pulled hamstring, questionable
*J.J. McKelvey (WR)-sprained knee, questionable
*Travis Zachery (RB)-bruised foot and knee, questionable
*Jovon Bush (DT) -bruised bone in foot, questionable
*Nick Eason, (DT)--sprained ankle, questionable
*Eric Meekins (FS)-pulled hamstring, will play
*Ben Hall (TE)-sprained ankle, will play
*Keith Kelly(RB)-sprained knee, questionable
*T.J. Watkins(OT)-sprained ankle and knee, questionable
*Chad Jasmin (FB)-sprained ankle, will play
*Tony Lazzara (PK)-pulled groin muscle, questionable
Lineup News
Braxton K. Williams will start at free safety. If Nick Eason can't play, Donnell Washington will start in his place at defensive tackle. If Jovon Bush can't play, DeJuan Polk will start in his place. Neither Washington, nor Polk have ever started a game.

Other Notes
Nine of the last 11 games in the series have been decided by four points or less. Tech has won the last four games by exactly three points. Each of the last five games have been decided by exactly three points. Clemson quarterback Woodrow Dantzler needs 61 yards of total offense at Georgia Tech to become just the third Clemson quarterback in history to reach 6000 yards of total offense. Nealon Greene and Steve Fuller are the others.

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