No. 19 Georgia Tech made history at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday by defeating No. 4 Virginia Tech 28-23,the first time Tech defeated a top 5 team at home since it defeated No. 1 Alabama 7-6 in 1962.
"I told the team today that there were some things that mattered about the game and some things that didn't," Tech Head Coach Paul Johnson said. "Where they were ranked, and the 0-17, and who thought they were going to win, none of that mattered because you don't get any points for that. What mattered is who was going to block and tackle the best and who was going to take care of the ball and play the hardest."
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Now all Georgia Tech has to do is beat division-leader Virginia at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville- a place they haven't won in since 1990...
Anyone remember Scott Sisson...???
Some guy named Nantz called play-by-play for that game...
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