Georgia Tech Clinches Spot In ACC Title Game; UGA Bowl Eligible at 6-4

Brian TuckerContributor INovember 15, 2009

Georgia Tech dominated Duke on Saturday afternoon in Durham, North Carolina and along the way clinched a spot in the ACC championship game in Tampa, Florida on December 5th. Duke jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the first quarter as Tech came out flat (that happens almost every game) but the Yellow Jackets came out fighting in the second quarter and improved to 10-1 on the season, beating Duke 49-10. When quarterback, Josh Nesbitt, throws for touchdowns (2 touchdowns against Duke) and when running back Jonathan Dwyer rushes for over 100 yards (110 yards againstDuke) it seems the Yellow Jackets are unstoppable. Georgia Tech awaits either Clemson or Boston College for the ACC championship game. Let's not forget the big game on November 28th in Atlanta. Georgia Bulldogs you are next!

The Georgia Bulldogs did manage to beat Auburn for their 6th victory of the year. 6-4 and now bowl eligible, the Bulldog nation has to be excited! I would have rather seen Auburn beat the MUTTS and then the MUTTS beat Kentucky going into the Tech game. I'm guessing that Georgia will beat Kentucky by at least two touchdowns and then Tech will embarrass them in Atlanta on November 28th. Georgia Tech needs some of the undefeated teams to lose and all of a sudden being the best "one loss" team in the BCS doesn't mean much!

Go Ramblin' Wreck and TO HELL WITH GEORGIA!

 

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