Georgia Tech will play well against Clemson

Still may not be enough to knock off the defending champs

The Morning Show w/ John & Hugh
August 28, 2019 - 9:47 am
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Georgia Tech has the undesired honor of facing the defending champ #1 Clemson on the road to start the season.

Vegas has put the spread at 37 points and while Tech Coach Geoff Collins has built a ton of energy around the program entering the season, leaving Clemson with a win is a tall task.

 

Clemson Play-by-Play man Don Munson joined John Fricke and Hugh Douglas on Wednesday and broke down Clemson and the opener with Georgia Tech.

Munson began by taking a look at the deficiencies you could find with Clemson

"What's going to happen on the defensive front? When you have 5 guys all playing in the NFL, you're going to have loss from a leadership role and you gotta have a watchful eye on what happens."

Munson also discusses the challenges Georgia Tech can provide.

"The unknown. We know what the talent is, we've seen them play before. Paul Johnson left a 7-win team, not a 1 or 2 win team, and they want to take down the champs. Tech is going to come in here and play hard and I think they're going to play well."