Georgia Tech football is playing for win number five today and to keep its ACC Coastal Division title hopes alive
Miracle reception on fourth-and-10 leads to Georgia Tech football's second one-point loss of the season
87 Georgia Tech student-athletes participated in internships this summer
Georgia Tech football has no shortage of potential leaders with varying leadership styles
Clinton Lynch has helped position Georgia Tech football for the future this summer as an intern at FlexDev
NCAA Football: Georgia Tech vs. Miami
Georgia Tech football defeated North Carolina, 33-7, on September 30th, 2017 at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
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Georgia Tech takes on Georgia in Athens on Saturday, November 26, 2016
2016 (Redshirt Sophomore): Established himself as one of the nation’s top dual-threat backs … Appeared in all 13 games with eight starts at A-back … Led Georgia Tech in receiving yards (490) and ranked fourth on the team in rushing yards (415) … Easily led the team in both yards per reception (30.6 – min. five catches) and yards per rush (11.2 – min. five carries) … Led the ACC in both yards per rush and yards of total offense per play (11.2 avg.) … Averaged a whopping 17.1 yards per touch – 53 touches (37 rushes, 16 receptions) for 905 yards (415 rushing, 490 receiving) … Ranked second on the team with eight total touchdowns (six receiving, two rushing) … 17 of his 53 touches went for 20 yards or more (eight rushes, nine receptions – 32.1 percent) and seven of his 53 touches went for 40 yards or more (two rushes, five receptions – 13.2 percent) … Six of his eight touchdowns covered 40 yards or more … Averaged at least 20 yards per touch four times in 12 games … Had a breakout performance versus Vanderbilt (Sept. 17), averaging 32.8 yards per touch thanks to three carries for 77 yards and two receptions for 87 yards, which included a 77-yard touchdown catch … Averaged 18.6 yards per touch at Pittsburgh (Oct. 8) with 64 yards on four carries, including a 45-yard touchdown run … Caught two passes for 81 yards (40.5 avg.), including a 65-yard touchdown catch against Georgia Southern (Oct. 15) … Hauled in three catches for a career-high 91 yards and two touchdowns (a 46-yarder and the game-winning 21-yarder) in a 38-35 win over Duke (Oct. 29) … Averaged 22.4 yards per touch with 29 yards on four carries and an 83-yard touchdown reception (the longest of his career) at North Carolina (Nov. 5) … Averaged 24.0 yards per touch with an 11-yard run and three receptions for 85 yards, including a 54-yard touchdown catch, versus Virginia (Nov. 19) … Scored Georgia Tech’s first touchdown on a 42-yard touchdown run and went on to amass 75 yards on five touches (15.0 avg.) in 28-27 win at Georgia (Nov. 26) in regular-season finale ... Ran for 23 yards on just two carries in TaxSlayer Bowl win over Kentucky (Dec. 31).
2015 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 12 games, making six starts ... Finished third on team with 457 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 48 carries ... 9.5 yards per rush average was team best ... Caught 11 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns ... Tied for team lead with eight total touchdowns scored ... Made collegiate debut vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 3) ... Rushed two times for 17 yards ... In only carry vs. Tulane (Sept. 12), ran for 45-yard TD ... Rushed two times for 25 yards and caught 28-yard pass at Notre Dame (Sept. 19) ... Rushed three times at Duke (Sept. 26) and added 35-yard reception ... Made first career start vs. North Carolina (Oct. 3) ... Rushed for 48 yards on eight touches and caught one pass for 13 yards ... Rushed one time for three yards and caught 50-yard TD pass in start at Clemson (Oct. 10) ... Rushed for 67 yards on seven carries in start vs. Pitt (Oct. 17) ... Added 52 rushing yards on six carries vs. Florida State (Oct. 24) ... Led Jackets with 132 all-purpose yards (63 rushing, 69 receiving) and three touchdowns in road loss at Virginia (Oct. 31) ... Rushed for 61 yards with touchdown and added 51 receiving yards at Miami (Nov. 21) ... Posted career highs for rushing yards (78) and attempts (8) vs. Georgia (Nov. 28).
2014 (True Freshman): Redshirted.
High School: Played four years at Norcross H.S. ... Led Norcross to back-to-back state championships in 2013 and 2014 ... Named second-team Gwinnett All-Star as
Personal: Full name is Clinton Haynes Lynch ... Parents are Shelly Haynes and Clinton A. Lynch ... Born Jan. 18, 1996 in Atlanta ... Father played football at Illinois ... Chose Georgia Tech because it’s “great school, close to home, and it’s located in Atlanta” ... Majoring in business administration.
Rushing Attempts: 8, twice - last vs. Georgia, Nov. 28, 2015
Rushing Yards: 78 yards vs. Georgia, Nov. 28, 2015
Rushing TDs: 1, seven times -
Longest Rush: 49 yards at Virginia, Oct. 31, 2015
Receptions: 3, four times - last vs. Virginia, Nov. 19, 2016
Receiving Yards: 91 yards vs. Duke, Oct. 29, 2016
Longest Reception: 83 yards at No. 18/17 North Carolina, Nov. 5, 2016
Receiving TDs: 2, twice - last vs. Duke, Oct. 29, 2016