TAMPA, Fla. -- Georgia Tech and Clemson have both improved since they met during the regular season, and it's showing so far in this game, as both teams have taken their turn in the end zone. The Jackets just plowed through the Tigers' defense with ease to take a 10-7 lead here early in the second quarter, but both teams have shown they don't need gimmicks. They're running their offenses effectively and sticking with what they do best.
Of course, as soon as I typed that, Kyle Parker threw an interception that's currently under review. Georgia Tech's defense has come alive since that opening drive.