The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets entered the fourth quarter with a 21-3 lead over the poorly dressed Maryland Terrapins. The Terps have actually held Tech's offense in check for most of the game, with the Jackets putting up only 345 yards so far.
Maryland's C.J. Brown has been their only weapon, posting 39 yards on six attempts before breaking off a 77-yard sprint to make it 21-10 with about 12 minutes to go.
You'd think that would be a sign that Maryland might be able to battle back, but the Turtles offense hasn't done a darn thing all day. Dan O'Brien and Brown each threw a pick, with all three Maryland passers combining to go two-of-16 ... could this be the first game in Georgia Tech flexbone history in which Tech completes more passes than a FBS foe? Not even gonna look it up! Just gonna assume it might be! It might be, I don't know.