Tevin Washington is aiming for Joe Hamilton's passing standards at Georgia Tech.
That should be no surprise.
There has been a great deal of futility in the passing game at Georgia Tech since Hamilton completed his career in 1999 as the Heisman Trophy runner-up.
Washington is in position to end the school's streak of nine straight years where the starting quarterback had more interceptions than touchdown passes or failed to complete 50 percent of his attempts.
In some years, A.J. Suggs, Reggie Ball, Taylor Bennett and Joshua Nesbitt, a strong runner, fell below both modest break-even measurements for quarterbacks.
Now Washington will try to turn the tide.
With 10 TD passes and one interception, the junior has been a surprise in his first full season starting for No. 13 Georgia Tech, which will try for its sixth straight win when it plays Maryland on Saturday.
Georgia Tech (5-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) leads the nation in rushing, which is no surprise in coach Paul Johns...