How to Watch a Clemson-Georgia game: Game day tips and tricks
Clemson and Georgia are playing at the Orange Bowl on Sunday, and the two teams are locked in a battle for the No. 1 seed in the South Division.
It’s a race that has been a long time coming.
The game in Athens has been one of the biggest college football games of the past few years, and a lot of attention has been on the Clemson Tigers’ defense.
Clemson is 6-0 in the bowl, with the Tigers holding the No, 3 seed in a playoff bracket.
The Bulldogs have won their last six games, including a 34-31 overtime win over LSU.
Georgia, meanwhile, is 2-2 overall, and has lost three straight.
It plays Clemson on Saturday.
It’s a good matchup for both teams, but the most important thing is the team to watch.
Here are the best things to watch for at the game.
Georgia’s offense The Bulldogs have scored a lot in this matchup, and that has helped them stay in the playoff picture.
They are coming off a win over Auburn, a win against South Carolina and a win at Ole Miss.
That means that Georgia is 3-1 this season.
It has scored at least 20 points in nine of its last 11 games.
For Georgia, quarterback Jadaveon Clowney is the most productive player on the team.
He has 24 touchdowns, which ranks third in the SEC.
Clowney has also completed 57.9 percent of his passes.
He is averaging more than six yards per pass attempt.
However, the Bulldogs have been inconsistent in their passing game, and there is a lot to be desired in the passing game of this team.
There have been six interceptions in Georgia’s last seven games.
That includes a pick-six against Auburn on Nov. 13.
Defensively, Georgia is good.
There are two interceptions by Georgia linebacker Jontavious White in the last five games.
And Clemson has allowed just three touchdowns in its last three games.
However, Georgia’s secondary is one of its weaknesses.
The secondary is rated as the second-worst in the nation, but it has allowed a total of 26 touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks.
Clemson’s secondary has also allowed 17 touchdowns.
One of the big questions facing Clemson is quarterback Braxton Miller.
He was suspended the first three games of his college career for violating team rules.
Miller has a record of 31-of-50 for 867 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.
However the sophomore has struggled against the run and has been sacked six times this season, second-most in the country.
Clemson needs to find a way to stop Miller.
A.J. Brown was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week for the week after he intercepted Georgia quarterback Cam Newton on Saturday, completing three passes for 32 yards.
Brown is averaging just 3.5 yards per carry and is on pace to finish with just two touchdowns this season as the Tigers move up to No. 3 in the conference standings.
If Brown can continue to play at this level, he could be a factor in a matchup with Clemson.
Brown has a sack and five tackles on the year.
He also has a pick, forced fumble and fumble recovery.