Georgia Tech Vs. Clemson: Yellow Jackets injury free for Saturday

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Four injured players should return for Georgia Tech against Clemson.

After going through a bit of a recent injury bug, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets should enter Saturday's game against the Clemson Tigers healthy and injury free, according to a report in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Two players who missed last week's game against Middle Tennessee State and two who have been limited in practice are expected to be available against Clemson. Outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu (undisclosed injury) and cornerback Louis Young (upper-body injury) should both make their return to action Saturday after not playing against Middle Tennessee State. Young has missed three games this season, while Attaochu has missed just one.

Inside linebacker Quayshawn Nealy, who was held out of contact drills during Wednesday's practice, and running back David Sims, who missed Tuesday's practice, should both be available Saturday, coach Paul Johnson told the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

The returning players should help revive a struggling Georgia Tech team, which has lost its last two games en route to falling below .500 with a 2-3 record.

The Yellow Jackets play at No. 15 Clemson (4-1) Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET.

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