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Go Ahead Pick Tech 6th Again


Paul Johnson has received alot of criticism in Georgia and among Tech alums for the lack of progress made in recent years. Tech was picked 6th in the coastal in the pre-season. What have they done? They are 5-0 doing what they do. So go ahead pick them 6th again. ~ Coach J.

 

Though Miami had won five straight against Georgia Tech before Saturday’s game, the Hurricanes have had issues with the Yellow Jackets in recent seasons. Though they lost both games, Tech had managed to total 622 rushing yards during their past two meetings against Miami. On Saturday, the Yellow Jackets simply built on that.

 

And that’s how the rest of the night would go for Miami. The Yellow Jackets dominated in time of possession, holding the ball for more than 40 minutes to Miami’s 19:15.

 

“For us, we knew we had to take advantage of every drive because their offense is going to hold the ball for a while and play the possession game,” Kaaya said. “We just had to take advantage of every possession because we didn’t get many.”

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