Georgia Tech Vs. Wake Forest: Nesbitt TD Pass to Earls, Tech Leads 24-20 With 0:15 To Go

After receivers dropped 2 deep passes from Nesbitt, he is able to complete a 6-yard pass to Tyler Melton setting up a 4th and 4 situation on the GT 37-yard line. Nesbitt takes the situation into his own hands and carries the ball for a 16-yard gain, first down on the Wake Forest 47-yard line.

Nesbitt then COMPLETED (meaning the receivers actually held on to the ball!) back to back passes, making it first down on the Wake 29-yard line. A few plays later and Nesbitt CONNECTS with a 9-yard TD pass to Correy Earls. Tech leads 24-20 with 0:15 on the clock.

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