NCAA Game Summary - Duke at Georgia Tech|
(Saturday, November 20th)
Final Score: Georgia Tech 30, Duke 20
Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) - Tevin Washington carried the ball 21 times for
94 yards and a touchdown, and added 90 passing yards to go along with another
score, while leading the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets to a 30-20 win over the
Duke Blue Devils in an ACC bout at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Anthony Allen also had a big day for the Yellow Jackets (6-5, 4-4 ACC),
carrying the ball 34 times for 165 yards.
Quarterback Sean Renfree led the way for the Blue Devils (3-8, 1-6),
completing 30-of-41 pass attempts for 334 yards and a touchdown.
Georgia Tech took an early 3-0 lead on a 41-yard field goal by Scott Blair.
Duke answered on its next possession with a 52-yard field goal by Will
Snyderwine to keep the game tied through the first quarter.
Blair regained the lead for the Yellow Jackets early in the second quarter,
drilling a 43-yard field goal to make it a 6-3 contest.
Duke took a 10-6 lead late in the first half, with a 20-yard touchdown run by
The Blue Devils extended their lead to 13-6 in the closing minute of the
half, with a 22-yard field goal by Snyderwine.
The third quarter began much like the first two, with a 44-yard field goal by
Georgia Tech took the lead midway through the third quarter, with an 85-yard
interception return for a touchdown by Mario Butler.
The Yellow Jackets made it a 23-13 contest late in the third quarter, with a
one yard run from Washington.
Duke answered back in the opening minute of the fourth quarter, with a 37-yard
pass from Renfree to Austin Kelly.
The Yellow Jackets put the game away midway through the final period, with a
79-yard touchdown strike from Washington to Stephen Hill, allowing the Yellow
Jackets to secure the 30-20 victory.
Georgia Tech controlled the line-of-scrimmage racking up 320 yards on the
ground, while winning the time of possession battle 33:50 to 26:10.
11/20 19:43:38 ET