The general belief is that Georgia Tech with its 6-6 record has no chance at knocking off No. 13 Florida State on Saturday night in the ACC Championship Game.
But the Yellow Jackets that lost earlier this season at home to Middle Tennessee State by 21 points, 41-17 to BYU without scoring an offensive touchdown, and just last week by 32 points at rival Georgia can actually secure a spot in the Orange Bowl with 60 quality minutes of football against the Seminoles.
The odds, however, are stacked against the Jackets, even though Florida State (10-2, 7-1 ACC) didnt play well in falling at home to Florida last weekend and has a loss at pedestrian North Carolina State on its resume.
Georgia Tech tied Miami and North Carolina for the Coastal Division title with 5-3 ACC marks. But UNC was banned by the NCAA to play in a bowl game this season and Miami self-imposed a bowl ban for the second consecutive season, thus Paul Johnson and his triple option offense will be there, and while the n...