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Jackets Start Road Swing at Virginia

Georgia Tech Football vs. Virginia
Saturday, Nov. 4 · 2 p.m. · Charlottesville, Va. · Scott Stadium

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Georgia Tech has the third-most improved offense in NCAA Division I FBS this season, averaging 134.1 yards per game more in 2023 (459.3 ypg) than it did in 2022 (325.2 ypg)

Top Storylines

• Georgia Tech opens its a two-game road stint — its final road games of the 2023 season — on Saturday at Virginia.

• For the second time in three games, the Yellow Jackets (4-4, 3-2 ACC) are riding the momentum of a thrilling win over the 17th-ranked team in the nation, having come back from four different double-digit deficits in last Saturday’s 46-42 triumph over No. 17 North Carolina.

• Tech is looking to snap its season-long streak of alternating losses and wins. The Jackets have not won consecutive games since claiming back-to-back victories over No. 24 Pitt (26-21) and Duke (23-20 in OT) on Oct. 1 and 8 of last season.

• To get its first consecutive wins of the season, Georgia Tech will have to defeat one of the ACC’s hottest teams in a venue where the Jackets have historically had little success. Despite its 2-6 overall record, UVA has defeated then No. 10 UNC, 31-27, and dropped a 26-23 overtime decision to Miami (Fla.) in its last two games, both on the road.

• Virginia’s Scott Stadium has been a house of horrors for Tech over the years, as the Yellow Jackets are just 4-14-1 all-time in Charlottesville. The Jackets have lost four-straight at UVA, with its last win coming in 2013, and are just 2-13 at Scott Stadium since their historic 41-38 triumph over the top-ranked Cavaliers in 1990.

• Highlighting a plethora of honors following his performance in last Saturday’s win over UNC, Georgia Tech quarterback Haynes King is the reigning Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of the Week. King totaled 377 yards of offense (287 passing, 90 rushing) and threw four touchdown passes in the victory over the Tar Heels.

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