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Georgia Tech - BYU Post Game Notes

Sept. 21, 2002

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GEORGIA TECH POST-GAME NOTES – SEPTEMBER 21, 2002 Georgia Tech 28, Brigham Young 19

**Tony Hollings carried the ball 36 times for 189 yards before leaving the game with an injury in the fourth quarter. Both figures are career highs for his brief career at running back.

**Hollings’ 36 carries tied for the fourth most in a game in Tech history, matching the 36 carries by Robert Lavette vs. Virginia in 1984. The Tech record is 39 carries, shared by Lavette vs. Tennessee in 1982 and Jerry Mays vs. Georgia in 1989.

**Hollings’ 189 yards are the most for a Tech back since Joe Burns accumulated 198 vs. North Carolina last year. It ties for the 13th-highest rushing total in Tech history.

**Hollings rushed for 100 yards for the fourth straight game, which is the second-longest streak for a Tech back. Eddie Lee Ivery put seven 100-yard games back to back in 1978, when he set the Tech record for rushing yards in a season with 1,562.

**Hollings also scored 3 TD Saturday, and has 11 in his four games. It matches the most for a four-game stretch in Tech history, first achieved by Robert Lavette late in the 1982 season.

**Jeremy Muyres intercepted two passes in a game for Tech Saturday for the first time since Jamara Clark turned the trick against Virginia on Oct. 17, 1998.

**Luke Manget extended his ACC-record PAT streak to 145 Saturday. He is 146-for-146 in his career. The NCAA record is 161 by Tennessee’s John Becksvoort from 1991-94.

**Manget now has 278 career points and moved up to 11th place on the all-time ACC list. He also moved into second place on the Tech career list behind Scott Sisson’s 299.

**Kerry Watkins had just three catches for 55 yards Saturday, but he leaped from 5th to 3rd place on Tech’s career list for receptions with 117. Kelly Campbell holds the Tech career mark with 195, and Harvey Middleton is second with 165.

**Will Glover (4 rec., 26 yards) moved up to 11th on the Tech career list with 85 catches.

**Georgia Tech was 4-for-4 in red-zone scoring Saturday (all TDs) and is 14-for-14 for the season (13 TDs, 1 FG).

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