The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets lost a wild one to the Miami Hurricanes over the weekend, surrendering a 14-point, fourth-quarter lead in the process. Miami gashed the Georgia Tech defense for more than 600 total yards, and now the Jackets are left to regroup.
"I feel like we have some good leaders on the team, and they're going to keep everybody up," A-back Tony Zenon said. "We just have to have a good week of practice and stay focused on the rest of the games."
Georgia Tech has had the misfortune of losing two games in overtime this season, and heading back out of conference to face Middle Tennessee State is a good opportunity for the Jackets to turn the page and restore some confidence. Georgia Tech opened as a 28-point favorite over MTSU.
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