Noteworthy: Teams combine for 1,084 yards, including 601 by Tigers

Clemson 9-0 all-time when gaining 600 yards or more

Josh Watson (91)  blocks a field goal attempt by Georgia Tech in the fourth quarter.

Photo by Mark Crammer

Josh Watson (91) blocks a field goal attempt by Georgia Tech in the fourth quarter.

Team Notes...

Clemson's 601-yard total was the eighth highest in school history.

The two teams combined for 1,084 yards of total offense - the second most in school history by both teams.

Clemson is 9-0 when piling up 600 or more yards of total offense. The Tigers are 61-0-1 when they gain at least 500 yards, and 60-0-1 when combining 200 yards rushing with 200 passing.

Clemson's 47-point total was its most ever against Georgia Tech at Death Valley.

Player Notes...

Chandler Catanzaro is 11-of-11 on field goals this season, and extended his school record streak to 19.

Catanzaro has made 47 field goals in his career, tying him with David Treadwell for sixth on the Tigers' all-time list.

With his 58-yard TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins in the second quarter, Boyd became Clemson's all-time leader in touchdown passes with 50.

Boyd is responsible for 59 touchdowns in his career, which ties him with Charlie Whitehurst for second place on the school list behind Woodrow Dantzler.

Boyd needs 95 yards passing to hit the 6,000-yard mark in his career.

Rod McDowell had nine carries for 56 yards and a career-high two touchdowns. He has scored in four of Clemson's six games this season.

DeAndre Hopkins now has eight TD receptions this season and 17 in his career.

Grady Jarrett's fumble recovery was the first of his career.

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