Oct. 16, 2004
– — P.J. Daniels rushed for 114 yards for his third 100-yard game of the season and the ninth of his career. He now stands with 2,231 career rushing yards and needs only 44 yards to surpass David Sims (1974-76) and move into sixth on Georgia Tech’s career rushing list.
— Daniels’ 13-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Johnson is the only pass Daniels has thrown in his Tech career.
— Chris Reis continued his strong play from last week against Maryland, posting seven tackles, including three for a loss of 15 yards, two sacks, causing a forced fumble and also recording a pass breakup.
— After recording just three sacks in its first three games, Tech has had 17 in the last three games, including 12 (Tech had 5 today) in their last two.
— Tech won its 10th straight Homecoming game and improved to 41-13-1 in Homecoming games and now has a 13-6-1 mark when playing Duke for Homecoming.
— With 134 passing yards today, Reggie Ball now stands with 3,011 passing yards in his career at Tech. Ball needs 251 yards to surpass Donnie Davis (1992-95) and move into seventh place on Tech’s career passing list.
— Late in the fourth quarter, senior Mark Logan took the first snap of his college career at quarterback. Logan did not attempt a pass in the four snaps he took while playing quarterback.
— Georgia Tech now holds a 41-30-1 lead in the series record against Duke.
— With only 84 yards rushing by the Blue Devils, this is the 15th time in 32 games under defensive coordinator Jon Tenuta that the Jackets have held their opponent to under 100 yards rushing.
— One week after holding Maryland to 81 yards of total offense, Tech held Duke to 184 yards of total offense. Prior to these two games, the last time Tech held an ACC opponent under 200 yards of total offense was 1991 in a game against Wake Forest, in which the Deacons managed just 149 yards of total offense