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Georgia Tech to Face Ole Miss in Music City Bowl

The season was to be both a year of rebuilding and a year of progress for Georgia Tech. The offensive backfield received a massive makeover after last year’s surprising ACC Coastal Division title, but there was ample room for optimism that Vad Lee could inject a downfield threat into Paul Johnson’s option offense.

At times this year, that’s exactly what Lee did. The sophomore quarterback threw for four TD passes in a win over Duke, and after three weeks, Tech was 3-0 and Lee had accounted for 10 touchdowns and just one interception. The future indeed looked bright.

What followed for Georgia Tech was a roller coaster. The Yellow Jackets lost three straight, and Lee nearly lost his job. Then Tech rebounded by winning three in a row, rekindling hopes of a repeat as Coastal champs. But the season ended with bitter disappointment, including a loss to Clemson and an utterly demoralizing 41-34 overtime defeat to in-state rival Georgia in a game when Tech once led 20-0. In the season’s final nine games, Lee threw for just three touchdowns.

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