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Georgia Tech vs. NC State Postgame Notes

Oct. 7, 2005

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• After completing just six of 25 passes in the first half, Reggie Ball was 9 for 14 for 140 yards and 1 touchdown in the third quarter, and 15 for 28 for 206 yards in the second half.

• Ball’s 53 pass attempts are a career-high and the fourth highest total in the school history. Ball’s previous high was 47 set against Duke in 2003 and the equaled this year vs. North Carolina.

Calvin Johnson’s 10 catches establishes a new career high for receptions in a game. His previous career-best was eight against Clemson in 2004.

Calvin Johnson’s touchdown catch in the third quarter is the 11th of his career, which now ranks 10th on Georgia Tech’s career list.

Philip Wheeler’s interception in the first quarter is his team-leading third of the season.

Kenny Scott’s interception was his second of the season and the third of his career. His first career interception was against NC State in 2004 which he returned for a touchdown.

• Georgia Tech now has 12 interceptions on the season, two more than recorded in 2004.

• Tech had a season-high 443 yards of total offense

George Cooper’s catch in the third quarter for nine yards was the first career catch for the junior tight end.

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