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I am not really sure why Georgia Tech is even considered a Top 25 team.
Yes, they are 3-0, but they have victories against the powers of Western Carolina, Middle Tennessee and Kansas.
Yes, they are averaging 424 rushing yards a game but they are averaging this in an option-heavy offense and against three of the worst rushing defenses in college football.
Even though the Tech offense had a record-setting day against the Jayhawks, we have to remember that the Jayhawks are one of the worst BCS conference teams and that even most Kansas fans consider football season to be the "fall basketball recruiting period."
In the preseason ACC predictions on the Bleacher Report, Georgia Tech was picked to finish fourth in the Coastal Division and was picked to finish behind the Tar Heels of North Carolina.
North Carolina is also undefeated and has three impressive wins over James Madison, Rutgers, and Virginia. The wins against Rutgers and Virginia are better than any of the wins that Georgia Tech has so far.
North Carolina also has a balanced attack on both offense and defense. The Tar Heels have the 50th best passing attack and the 42nd best rushing attack in all of college football. They also have the 32nd best defense as far as points allowed and have a solid rush and pass defense.
I believe the Tar Heels' defense can hold the Yellow Jackets to below 200 yards rushing, and the offense can easily win the time-of-possession battle.
The Tar Heels also barely lost to Tech last season, even though over half of their defense was suspended and they were missing key players on offense.
I believe that UNC players playing this season are more talented than the ones playing last season against the Yellow Jackets, and this will help the Heels win this game by at least one score.