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Young Boy Drops Clemson ‘Frat Dude’ At Georgia Tech Game (Video)

Young Boy Drops Clemson ‘Frat Dude’ At Georgia Tech Game (Video)

Clemson defeated Georgia Tech 41-10 in their season opener this week, but not in the dominant fashion many expected them to.

The Yellowjackets have a combined nine victories over the last three seasons. Monday’s outing shouldn’t have been close at any point. And yet, midway through the third quarter Clemson held just a 14-10 lead over their opposition. Yikes.

Obviously the Tigers pulled out a win, but the entire offense looked extremely discombobulated.

As much as Clemson struggled at times on the field this week, that’s how much their fans in the stands struggled off it.

This video is a perfect encapsulation of how Clemson fared against Georgia Tech:

The clip obviously went mega-viral, spawning a myriad of reactions on social media:

In a college football year that has seen some coaches getting ousted for controversial diatribes, others get in trouble for the DMs they sent a female student, megastar Heisman frontrunners get exposed for their odd bedroom fetishes, coaches being embroiled in unfortunate circumstances with gorgeous young assistants, and schools being accused of playing players based on racial reasons – this most recent incident is just par for the course.

As for Clemson, they really need DJ Uiagalalei to step up. He was inconsistent again on Monday, and that led to his receivers struggling. The team’s offensive line is awful as well, which doesn’t help.

A lot of people still have Clemson as a College Football Playoff frontrunner.

Nothing the team displayed would change the minds of their doubters, though.

Will the Tigers look better in Week 2 against Furman than they did in Week 1 against Georgia Tech?

Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

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