Boston College vs. Georgia Tech: Jay Finch listed as probable for Saturday

Joshua S. Kelly-US PRESSWIRE

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets center Jay Finch is listed as probable for Saturday's game against the Boston College Eagles. Who else could be effected by injuries?

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets center Jay Finch is currently listed as probable for Saturday's game against the Boston College Eagles. Finch is still recovering from a calf injury he suffered in the Oct. 6 game against the Clemson Tigers. In other injury news, B-back Broderick Snoddy is doubtful to play on Saturday with an undisclosed injury.

The Yellow Jackets are trying to halt a three-game losing streak which includes a 47-31 loss to the Tigers two weeks ago. Currently in the ACC Coastal division they are 1-3 and are in fifth place, two games behind the division leading Miami Hurricanes.

The Yellow Jackets are scheduled to host the Eagles at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday with kickoff scheduled for 3 p.m. ET. The game will be televised on regional sports networks including Fox Sports South in the Atlanta market. Radio coverage of the game will be provided by WQXI 790 AM and WYAY 106.7 FM.

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