Georgia Tech Vs. Miami Final Score: Jackets Lose Second Straight, 24-7

Jacory Harris was right. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets offense didn't force the Miami Hurricanes offense to score very many points in order to come away with a victory, but the Canes put together 17 anyway. A special teams touchdown made it 24-7 for Miami, giving Georgia Tech two straight losses.

Two straight conference losses, matter of fact, severely damaging Tech's chances of making a run for the ACC Championship Game. Considering the hardest part of their schedule is still upcoming, the Jackets have work to do just to avoid another lackluster bowl trip.

Good signs: a hot -as-of-late Harris was held to only 102 yards, and Lamar Miller didn't explode as many thought he would. I mean, 131 yards is a lot, but it could've been worse. Terrible sign: David Sims led the White and Gold with 39 yards rushing.

Nobody likes it when Jacory Harris is right.

For more on the Yellow Jackets, visit From The Rumble Seat. For more on the Hurricanes, visit The Seventh Floor. For more on everything college football, visit the SB Nation college football hub.

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