Yellow Jacket quarterback Tevin Washington returned to practice on Wednesday after missing Tuesday with minor aches and pains.
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets quarterback Tevin Washington returned to practice on Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. The senior missed practice on Tuesday due more to the wear of a normal season than any serious injury, and he was back at it after a day off. Freshman Vad Lee took snaps with the first team offense in his place.
Regardless of who is at quarterback, the Georgia Tech offense tends to keep it on the ground. It hasn't made more than 15 passing attempts since Sept. 29 against MTSU, and they made only four in their most recent victory over the Maryland Terrapins.
Offensive tackle Will Jackson will likely miss his third consecutive game. The three-year starter left Georgia Tech's victory over Boston College with a shoulder injury and has been unable to play since. Sophomore Morgan Bailey has stepped into Jackson's spot on the line. Bailey struggled in the game against BYU, but the Yellow Jackets beat the Maryland Terrapins without giving up a single sack. Tech faces the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday, who average 2.44 sacks per game, according to College Football Statistics.