Stop me if you've heard this one, but Georgia Tech's defense just gave up a long run up the middle. Clemson RB Andre Ellington broke a 55-yard run for his ninth score of the year after a Tech personal foul. Rod Sweeting appeared to maybe sort of come close to tipping a Clemson punt, but definitely leveled the punter.
Good news: Tech forced a three-and-out, which rarely happens. Bad news: Tech gave up a crucial penalty and run up the middle, which continually happens. Ellington has picked up where C.J. Spiller left off, as far as tearing off big runs and terrorizing the Jackets goes.
Playmaking CB Jerrard Terrant nearly picked off a pick he could've ran back for a score, but upon closer review the ball skipped along the ground. And on Tech's first two offensive plays Joshua Nesbitt fumbled a pitch out of bounds, then overthrew a receiver. Clemson doesn't have their all-purple on, but this might be a long day in South Carolina. Three-and-out, Tech.