Georgia Tech-Clemson: Post-Game Thoughts

Posted by Zachary Osterman on September-10-2009 Add Comments

Some knee-jerk thoughts after the game. I'll have a full column up later tonight.

  • Paul Johnson talked all week about how good Clemson was, and I wonder if some of his play-calling early—especially the trick play—reflected that: Take any advantage any way you can get it. I think perhaps Johnson was a little more wary of Clemson than the average bear.
  • Jonathan Dwyer was barely a factor in this game. Yes, his offensive line was pretty nonexistent, but if he wants to be in the Heisman conversation, he's got to make things happen.
  • The last two Georgia Tech drives were a testament to the triple-option offense. Nothing else was working, so Johnson went to an untested wrinkle, the quarter...

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