Georgia Tech - KennyLSU

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    Georgia Tech - KennyLSU

    Yellow Jackets Rout Ohio

    With 289 yds rushing the Yellow Jackets steam rolled Ohio 37-3. The starters were pulled at the begining of the 4th quarter to get the young backups some playing time.

    The defense was the bright spot however as they only allowed 218 yds and had two Pick 6's. The future is bright for the Yellow Jackets and young head coach KennyLSU. The option game will be tough to stop. Next up, Clemson.

    The Good: Everyone ran well with only one fumble lost out of 30+ carries. Nesbitt only had to throw the ball 8 times. Backups got a lot of playing time.

    The Bad: Defense gave up a lot of yards but held tough to only allow 3 points. The defense may convert to a 4-2-5. The secondary is weak and needs help.

    The Ugly: Ohio in the red zone, 4 trips and only a field goal. Ga Tech trying to find consistent passing plays in the fleXbox One. They will be hitting the practice field hard this week.
     
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    Yellow Jackets Rush by Clemson

    Junior QB Josh Nesbitt lead the option attack with 202 yds on 32 carries. Clemson's defense was so worried about Dwyer and Jones that they continued to leave Nesbitt with open rushing lanes. Dwyer finished with 72 yds on 16 caries.

    The real shining star in this game was Junior DE Derrick Morgan. He continues to look like a first round draft pick by recording 4 sacks and an INT. Junior LB Brad Jefferson forced a fumble that was recovered by Senior CB Frierson who ran it back for a TD in the 3rd qtr.

    Final Score: 31-21

    The Good: The triple option attack gets better every week and Nesbitt completed 5/9 passes with a TD.

    The Bad: Dwyer, Jones and Allen only combined for 94 yds rushing.

    The Ugly: Clemson scored 21 pts 7 came off a fumble due to a bad pitch.
     
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    Late Turnovers doom Jackets

    An option INT/fumble with just under 3 minutes to play in the game gave Miami great field position to score the go ahead TD. GT recieved the ensuing kick off and on 4th and 10 completed a 50 yd pass to get to the Miami 35. However two plays later Josh Nesbitt would throw an INT that would seal the deal for Miami.

    The good: Nesbitt continues to improve passing the ball. Throwing for over 160 yds with a TD.

    The bad: Nesbitt again carried the rushing offense with 86 yds. The others combine for only 60.

    The ugly: Defensively GT could not stop Miami forcing them into only 3 punts.
     

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