Stymied by the Iowa Hawkeyes’ swarming defense, Georgia Tech found itself out of options.
No. 10 Iowa solved Tech’s explosive triple option and Ricky Stanzi threw two early touchdown passes for a 24-14 victory Tuesday night in the coldest Orange Bowl ever.
Miami quarterback Jacory Harris raised some eyebrows this week when he suggested the Hurricanes’ offense couldn’t be stopped.
Georgia Tech did nothing to disprove that theory.
Cool and in control throughout, Harris completed 20 of 25 passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns, and the 20th-ranked Hurricanes put an emphatic end to a four-game losing streak against No. 14 Georgia Tech with a 33-17 victory Thursday night.
Georgia Tech looked unstoppable. Then it was Clemson’s turn. In a game of remarkable twists, the Yellow Jackets finally took control when it mattered most.
Scott Blair threw a touchdown pass early on, kicked a 36-yard field goal with 57 seconds remaining and No. 15 Georgia Tech rallied to beat Clemson 30-27 after squandering a 24-point lead Thursday night.
Hold off on Miami’s return to national prominence. The Hurricanes ran into a huge roadblock: Georgia Tech’s triple-option offense.
November 21, 2008
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