1. It’s official: Josh Harvey-Clemons is a difference-maker. The sophomore safety was suspended for Georgia’s first game, leading Bulldogs fans to wonder if Clemson’s Sammy Watkins might have run as free had Harvey-Clemons been deployed. He played against South Carolina and fell on what would be the game’s only turnover. Gamecocks quarterback Connor Shaw appeared to have converted on fourth-and-5 from the Georgia 34, but linebacker Amarlo Herrera knocked the ball loose, and Harvey-Clemons recovered, thereby preventing South Carolina from taking the lead. Of Harvey-Clemons, coach Mark Richt said: “I’m glad he was in there.”
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