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When Georgia Tech lost their third ACC game of the year to Clemson on October 6, 2012 dropping to 1 and 3 in the Coastal Division, the real concern was whether they would wind up in the cellar of the conference when the season was over.  After beating the Duke Blue Devils 42 to 24 on senior/military appreciation day to not only become bowl eligible, but wind up in first place with an opportunity to play FSU in the ACC Championship Game on December 1, 2012, this might rank as the best come back season for any Yellow Jacket squad that I can remember. Congratulations go out to Coach Paul Johnson and this team for playing hard and digging down deep to launch such a remarkable comeback when they were literally left for road kill after losing at Clemson 47 to 31.  For all of the abuse he has taken this season and last, it was great to see Tevin Washington not only break the all time ACC record for rushing TD’s by a quarterback that was previously held ironically by Joshua Nesbitt from Tec...

Big Ten expansion silliness: Georgia Tech enters the fray?

With news about the possible defections of Maryland and Rutgers to the Big Ten rocking the college football universe, Jeff Ermann of InsideMDSports reports that the Scarlet Knights might have some competition in accompanying the Terrapins to the B1G. That would be Georgia Tech, of all teams.   #Rutgers is getting the most play (along with Maryland) but multiple sources maintain...

Miami announces self-imposed postseason ban, Georgia Tech to ACC Championship

For the second straight season the University of Miami will not participate in a postseason game by choice. The university released a statement Monday morning confirming the football program, a win away from heading to the ACC Championship Game, will not be participating in any postseason game as an NCAA investigation is still ongoing. With Miami taking their program out of the postseason...

Ga. Tech (6-5) claims spot in ACC title game

A team that was routed at home by Middle Tennessee and fired its defensive coordinator at midseason will get a chance to play for a BCS bowl bid. Georgia Tech (6-5) automatically claimed a spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game on Monday when Miami self-imposed a postseason ban for the second straight year, looking to lessen the sanctions from an NCAA investigation...

Georgia Tech sinks Duke to stay in Coastal hunt

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FSNextTV: Georgia Tech Recruiting Update

Locking down verbal commitments from some of the top talent in the state, Georgia Tech has nearly completed the 2013 recruiting class. Kristen Ledlow talks to National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons about the incoming Yellow Jackets.

Georgia Tech runs over Duke

The Blue Devil defense couldn't stop the triple option as Duke fell to 6-5 on the season

GALLERY: Duke v. Georgia Tech

Photos from Duke's loss to Georgia Tech on Saturday in Atlanta

McDowell sets decision date

Locust Grove, Georgia safety Cortez McDowell made a return visit to Georgia Tech for their game with Duke. Prior to the game Cortez had a conversation with Coach Paul Johnson that brought a smile to his face.

Atewe adds Georgia Tech offer

Notre Dame Prep (Fitchburg, Mass) power forward Mathew Atewe has over 20 offers. Saturday the 6’9” 2013 recruit picked up another offer from a school that he’s visited often.
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