After starting the season 2-1, Georgia Tech has dropped three straight games, losing 42-36 in overtime to the Miami Hurricanes, before losing 49-28 to Middle Tennessee. Georgia Tech then lost to Clemson, 47-31. Following the loss to Clemson, the Yellow Jackets decided to relieve Al Groh of his defensive coordinator position, making Saturday's contest against Boston College the first for Georgia Tech without Groh.
Boston College will also be looking to snap a losing streak, as the Eagles have dropped four consecutive contests.
Georgia Tech and Boston College last met in 2008, when the Yellow Jackets prevailed, 19-16.
Despite a 2-4 record, the Yellow Jackets open the week as 13-point favorites. The over/under for the game has been set at 63.
Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET from Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Radio: Georgia Tech Radio Network