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Georgia Tech's Offense Inspires Prose, Data Alike

Both of SBNation.com's big college football wrapup features paid tribute to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets' offense, which churned out the highest yardage total in school history Saturday. From Spencer Hall's The Alphabetical:

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T is for Tevin. Tevin Washington of Georgia Tech is still your passing efficiency leader in the third week of the 2011 season. Please, let's pause for a moment and frame that, please.

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Actually, just frame the whole thing for Kansas, Washington State, North Carolina, and Illinois being in there. This is the statistical Nessie photo you have been searching for all your life, college football statniks.

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And from Bill Connelly's The Alphabetical:

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5: Georgia Tech players who gained at least 68 rushing yards against Kansas. The Yellow Jackets scored 66 points and gained a staggering 768 yards, led by Orwin Smith, who gained 265 yards in seven touches (five rushes, two receptions). Kansas kept up for a while -- they gained 261 yards of their own in the first half -- but they ran out of gas.    

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.