When Clemson takes on Georgia Tech this Saturday, Deshaun Watson will be back at the helm as the Tigers starting quarterback. Watson had missed the last 3 games due to injuring his hand during the game with Louisville. Senior Cole Stoudt guided the Tigers to 4 consecutive wins (Louisville, Boston College, Syracuse and Wake Forest).
Prior to the injury, the Freshman had a 186.9 quarterback rating. He was efficient and The freshman was one of the nation’s most efficient passers before his absence.
I believe Watson gives them the best chance of winning their final games against Georgia Tech, Georgia State and South Carolina. Their only hope of making it to the ACC Championship game is to win out and hope that Florida State suffers two defeats.
QB Deshaun Watson: "I have no pain at all. I'm just focusing on my role and not worrying about the hand." pic.twitter.com/AvCYPnh8wI
— Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) November 10, 2014