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No. 17 Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech: 3 keys for the Hokies

No. 17 Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech: 3 keys for the Hokies

On third-and-14, Josh Jackson threw a pass into heavy coverage.

This one felt especially good for the Yellow Jackets (5-4, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), who had lost three games by a total of six points. Junior receiver Brad Stewart got behind the defense and Marshall didn't miss him as the two hooked up for a 60-yard touchdown.

3 No turnovers: Georgia Tech's offensive approach limits possessions by holding on to the football for most of the game. 25 Tennessee and then-No.

But, on a day when he made a number of curious decisions, Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente called a pair of passes rather than running for the first down.

The Hokies opened the scoring at the 10:20 mark of the first quarter. Not only because the Yellow Jackets came up with a 28-22 upset victory over No. 17 Virginia Tech for their fifth win of the season, which got them one step closer to bowl eligibility. Johnson said. "We'll live with that".

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Georgia Tech answered with a touchdown, an 80-play drive sparked by Nate Cottrell's career-long 69-yard run.

Trailing 7-3 in the second quarter, the Virginia Tech chose to go for it on fourth-and-2 at the 8, instead of taking a chip-shot field. Defensive end KeShun Freeman, in the game as a blocking back, took the direct snap and ran 3 yards for a first down.

Perhaps the most intriguing part of the game came in the final minute.

Virginia Tech had one last chance, starting at its 26 with 6:21 left. Both were incomplete, including a deep pass down the middle for Cam Phillips that Kerr knocked away.

"I said, "Tre", what are you going to do if we don't win the game?'" Johnson recalled. "Everything we did was a struggle offensively and we had a couple opportunities there to go freaking win the game and we took those. Making first downs and driving the football were hard for us". He dialed up a long pass down the seam to wide receiver Ricky Jeune. The Hokies will try to bounce back next week against Pittsburgh at Lane Stadium.