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Tech Returns to Primetime at Miami (Fla.)

Georgia Tech Football at No. 17 Miami (Fla.)
Saturday, Oct. 7 · 8 p.m. · Miami Gardens, Fla. · Hard Rock Stadium

TV: ACC Network | Watch Online

Radio: Georgia Tech Sports Network | Where to Listen (In Atlanta: TBA (dependent on Atlanta Braves’ playoff schedule) | SiriusXM 136 or 193 | Listen OnlineGeorgia Tech Yellow Jackets App | TuneIn

Information: Game Notes/Depth Charts2023 GT Football Info Guide | News Clippings | Multimedia

R-So. QB Haynes King (10 – above) is one of only two NCAA Division I FBS players with at least 1,400 passing yards, 150 rushing yards and 15 touchdown passes this season (joining LSU’s Jayden Daniels) and only the second ACC player in the past 25 years to accomplish the feat in his team’s first five games of the season (joining North Carolina’s Drake Maye, who accomplished the feat last season).

Top Storylines

• Georgia Tech begins a stretch of six-straight Atlantic Coast Conference games at No. 17 Miami (Fla.).

• While Georgia Tech (2-3, 1-1 ACC) is playing its third ACC game of the season, Saturday’s contest is the first conference game of the season for Miami (4-0).

• The Yellow Jackets are in search of their third-straight win over a nationally ranked ACC opponent on the road. Last season, Georgia Tech went 2-0 against ranked ACC teams on the road, winning 26-21 at No. 24 Pitt (Oct. 1) and 21-17 at No. 13/11 North Carolina (Nov. 19).

• The last three meetings between Georgia Tech and Miami at Hard Rock Stadium have been decided by one (25-24 Miami win in 2017), seven (28-21 GT overtime win in 2019) and three (33-30 Miami win in 2021) points.

• Georgia Tech continues to boast one of the nation’s top offenses, as it ranks 19th nationally in total offense at 467.4 yards per game.

• Leading he way for the Yellow Jackets’ high-powered offense is QB Haynes King, who ranks among the nation’s leaders in touchdown passes (fourth – 15), points responsible for (eighth – 96), total offense (ninth – 331.2 ypg), passing yards (10th – 1,480) and passing efficiency (23rd – 164.3).

• King is one of only two NCAA Division I FBS players with at least 1,400 passing yards, 150 rushing yards and 15 touchdown passes this season and only the second ACC player in the past 25 years to accomplish the feat in his team’s first five games of the season.

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