Folks, sometimes games come along that are considered big, like FSU v. UF, or MSU v. PSU, or Alabama v. LSU. These types of games decide conference championships, or who will play for the National Title. The game I am about to talk about is not one of those games. If there was a power poll for this dynasty, I think everyone would agree the two bottom teams would be Georgia Tech and Virginia. The struggles of Georgia Tech are well known. Coach Cougs' decision to switch from the triple option to a more conventional offense has caused some struggles in Atlanta. While Coach Recchem's decision to take over Virginia may have been a head scratcher for some, but he is adamant that he can turn things around for this once proud program. Georgia Tech, 5-3 (3-3) is led by true freshman Brent Edwards. At times this year he has looked brilliant, while at other times not so much. If he had not made a couple of bad decisions against Clemson many pundits believe the Yellow Jackets would have won that game. Edwards has a stout running game with senior Everett Gates, and he is establishing a good connection with freshman A.J. Walker and Tyrone Holmes. Last season was a magic carpet ride with the Cavs going to a bowl game and almost winning the division. This season has been a disappointment with the Cavs going 3-5(2-3), but a win against the Yellow Jackets could turn the season around. The Cavs have at quarterback senior Cedric Miller who has put up decent stats. The Cavs biggest strength on the offensive side of the ball is it's running game. Daniel Gatewood has rushed for almost 600 yards while the fullback Damien Scott has rushed for over 200 yards. Statistically things do not look good for the Cavs as Virginia is ranked last in total offense in the ACC, and Georgia Tech is ranked 3rd in total defense in the ACC. The turnover differential also favors the Yellow Jackets who come in with a -1, that may not sound impressive, but it is a lot better than Virginia's -7. The only hope Virginia has is to force Georgia Tech to have many third and longs. Georgia Tech comes into the game ranked last in the ACC in terms of 3rd down conversions.