Georgia Tech Vs. Wake Forest: Tied Up At 3-3 In the First Quarter

Scott Blair capped the first GT (short) drive with a 48-yard field goal. This increases Blair’s career point total to 86 and gave Georgia Tech an early 3-0 lead.

On Georgia Tech’s first play of the drive, starting left guard Will Jackson stopped the clock with an injury, but was able to walk off the field without assistance. Three plays later, left tackle Nick Claytor goes down with his own injury, but walks off on his own accord. Hopefully this trend will subside shortly.

After holding Wake Forest’s defense to two three and out series, Wake was able to break a long run and set up a chip shot field goal to tie the game at 3-3.

Wake Forest quarterback Ted Stachitus has been taken out of the game due to an injury and the team is down to its third-string quarterback.

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