Georgia Tech-Clemson: TV, online, radio information

Georgia Tech quarterback TaQuon Cartorius Marshall was born Sept. 20, 1996 in Columbus, Ga. Marshall, who will be a senior in the 2018 season, is majoring in business administration. The recruiting website 247Sports listed Marshall as an all-purpose running back as a recruit and ranked him 19th in the country in that category. Marshall played nine games as a freshman in 2015, at A-back. He rushed for 58 yards on eight carries and caught three passes for 76 yards. As a sophomore, Marshall appeared in two g

A frustrating loss to Pittsburgh last weekend marked Georgia Tech’s ACC opener.

Now the Yellow Jackets (1-2) must face the No. 3 Clemson Tigers (No. 2 in the coaches poll). The Tigers have become a national powerhouse and feature one of the all-time great defensive lines in college football.

That’s probably not good news for a team that lives by its run game.

Here is some important information regarding how to follow the action:

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET

Date: Saturday, Sept. 22

Location: Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta

Television: ABC will televise the game, which can be seen locally on WSB Channel 2 Action News. Mark Jones is handling play-by-play. Dusty Dvoracek is the analyst, and Molly McGrath is the sideline reporter.

Streaming: The game is available online at

Local radio: The game will be broadcast on the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network, heard in metro Atlanta on The Sports X 1230/106.3. Andy Demetra is handling play-by-play. Sean Bedford is the analyst, and Wiley Ballard is the sideline reporter.

Satellite radio: You can listen on Sirius XM Radio Channel 127/194.

Here are five other things you may want to know:

» Clemson has won 52 of its past 57 games and appeared in the College Football Playoff the past three seasons.

» Last season, Clemson defeated Tech 24-10.

» Tech leads the series with Clemson 50-30-2, but the Tigers have won the past three, five of the past six and six of the past eight.

» The Jackets are 5-6 against Clemson in Paul Johnson's tenure on The Flats.

» Clemson will be the highest ranked opponent Tech has faced at home since 2000, when Tech gave No. 2 Florida State a scare before the Seminoles prevailed 26-21.

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