That trick play the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets deployed last week, the one during which handoff coordinator Tevin Washington loosed the ball from his grip, but not like a pitch, and propelled it forward? It keeps occurring! The Jackets are popping Middle Tennessee State 21-0 in the first quarter thanks to two catch-and-runs that gave Washington a passer rating in the 1000s for a spell.
Washington also ran in a two-yard score.
The Jackets have outgained the Blue Raiders 325 yards to 69, and have 14 touchdowns to MTSU's four. This game is over, but it'll be fun to see whether Paul Johnson continues to attack from the heavens. The real challenge will be whether Tech can retain this dimension into the tougher parts of conference play, but it's got to be encouraging to see.
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