By the numbers: Clemson 26, Georgia Tech 7

A by-the-numbers look at Georgia Tech’s 26-7 loss to Clemson on Thursday at Bobby Dodd Stadium:

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Loss to Clemson at Bobby Dodd Stadium since 2003, snapping the five-game home win streak against the Tigers.

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Home losses to nationally ranked opponents under Paul Johnson for Tech. The Yellow Jackets have won seven of those games.

7

Points matched the fewest scored by a Tech team under Johnson since he took over before the 2008 season. The Jackets also scored seven at North Carolina in2008) and at Miami in 2011.

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Receptions for Clemson’s Ray-Ray McCloud for 101 yards.

14

Punts between the two teams.

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Plays for Tech in the first half. They ran 52 in the game.

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Yards in the first half for Tech’s offense. Fourteen of those yards came on a run by Mills to end the half.

56

Plays for Clemson in the first half. They ran 82 in the game.

75

Rushing yards is a career high for freshman Dedrick Mills. He also scored a touchdown.

124

Yards were the fewest for Johnson since he took over at Tech before the 2008 season. The previous low was 155 gained against Iowa in the Orange Bowl.

347

Yards for Clemson in the first half. They finiished with 442.

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