Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech head to overtime tied 17-17. Cody Journell's 41 yard field goal as time expired finished off a desperation drive by the Hokies in the game's final seconds.
Georgia Tech briefly took the lead with a 72 yard drive that included two clutch passes from Tevin Washington. The first went to running back B.J. Bostic to convert a first down and the latter to Deon Hill for a 10-yard touchdown to put the Yellow Jackets up 17-14 with just 44 seconds.
The ensuing kick sailed into the endzone for a touchback and Logan Thomas took over at the Hokies' own 25. They then moved 51-yards to set up Journell's game tying field goal.
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