Bryant, Tigers get back on track against Jackets

By Eric Sprott
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — After getting some much-needed time to rest the ankle he injured three weeks earlier, Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant returned to his early-season form Saturday night against Georgia Tech.

And with their quarterback healthy — and their defense turning in a stellar performance to boot — the No. 7 Tigers found themselves back on track as they look to make a run to the College Football Playoff with a 24-10 triumph over the Yellow Jackets.

Bryant, who injured his ankle against Wake Forest on Oct. 7, only to reinjure it and eventually leave the Tigers’ ensuing 27-24 loss at Syracuse on Oct. 13 after suffering a concussion, looked strong Saturday following his team’s bye week. He finished 22-

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