Georgia Tech sets FBS history in loss to Tennessee

Georgia Tech sets FBS history in loss to Tennessee

Georgia Tech sets FBS history in loss to Tennessee

Even had the ball not hit the ground first, sophomore running back KirVonte Benson was stopped just shy of the goaline. About 24 hours after the game, a son of wide receivers coach Mike Locksley was shot and killed in Maryland. Callaway had a big game on the outside, hauling in four passes for 115 and two touchdowns to help spark UT's offense.

"Obviously I'm pretty torn up, but you know what, I've got to keep going", junior linebacker Brant Mitchell said. "I think we've got the game in control down there despite being horrendous on special teams kicking the ball". In the second half, what can I say about Marquez Callaway? "We have to get a lot better and make tremendous progress, but just really proud of our players". "We screwed that up, so we didn't deserve to win". The big play on the drive was a 44-yard pass from Marshall to Ricky Jeune. Georgia Tech brings back five defensive backs who combined for eight interceptions a season ago.

But Tennessee stormed back, scoring two times in the final 12 minutes to force overtime. Bituli forced a Tech fumble and Cortez McDowell jumped on the miscue at the Yellow Jacket 46, and the Vols were in business.

A highly competitive runner, Kelly is physical in his approach by aggressively attacking tacklers and grinding out yards after contact.

The deficit grew larger to 21-7 in the third quarter. I like the Yellow Jackets to shake it off here and bag a cover, so long as the spread doesn't turn out to be ridiculous. That was the way things stood at the half. "The second drive of the game we let them out of a hole and they had a nice long drive".

Tennessee went into overtime for the second-consecutive season opener. The effort was aided by (among others), Nathan Cottrell (six carries for 79 yards), as well as a 36-yard run from J.J. Green. The drive stalled, however, and Tech trotted Davis out to attempt a 47-yard field goal which he shanked badly.

They can throw out just about everything else they saw Monday night, because there are no more Georgia Techs on the schedule. If his 369 total yards of offense is any indication, it's going to be a spectacular season for Marshall. "They threw a couple jump balls and got them, and we missed tackles". This wasn't exactly that Paul Johnson. Phillips had a 28-yard reception that placed the ball at the West Virginia 1-yard line and set up Virginia Tech's first score of the game.

Sweat had five tackles and a seven-yard sack in Saturday night's loss to No. 1 Alabama. But Davis, who won the kicking job this week, shanked the kick and Tennessee took over at the 30.

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But the surprise should not come to many since Jones and the coaching staff have talked highly of him throughout the offseason. Callaway carried the Vols passing game and got the big orange faithful all excited. "I respect him so much as a person and what he means to our football program". The Volunteers scored touchdowns on five of their final six possessions, including the two in overtime.

On the ensuing possession, Georgia Tech found the endzone on a 13-yard rush by Marshall to pull within one of the Vols.

Georgia Tech quarterback TaQuon Marshall (right) gets a reassuring hug from cornerback Lance Austin after falling to Tennessee in double overtime.

Even in defeat, the Yellow Jackets certainly know that they can depend on a solid running game, a staple of head coach Paul Johnson.

The angry mob was at his door for the first three-plus quarters as the Vols sputtered their way around the floor of Mercedes-Benz Stadium. And he returned to his home state to score touchdowns on 10- and 50-yard touchdown receptions.

ROOKIE - Josh Jackson, Virginia Tech, QB, 6-1, 2-7, Fr. -r, Ann Arbor, Mich.

But miscues at the worst possible times came back to haunt the Jackets, and allow the Vols (1-0) to gain the improbable victory.

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