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Post-Game Notes

Nov. 13, 2010

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Georgia Tech’s Loss Today Gives The Yellow Jackets…

… a record of 5-5 overall and 3-4 in the ACC

… a record of 25-12 in three seasons under head coach Paul Johnson, including a 15-7 mark in ACC games

… a 14-4 record at home under Johnson

… a .500 record overall for the first time since being 3-3 on Oct. 6, 2007

… a .500 record in November for the first time since being 6-6 on Nov. 29, 2003

… three consecutive losses for the first time since 2006 when they lost their final regular season game (vs. Georgia), the ACC championship game (vs. Wake Forest) and the Gator Bowl (vs. West Virginia)

… a 10-6 all-time record vs. Miami, including an 8-3 mark in Bobby Dodd Stadium

… a 19-10 record vs. Coastal Division opponents since divisional play began in 2005, including a 10-3 mark at home

… a 46-27-7 all-time record against teams from the state of Florida

… an 11-6-1 all-time record when playing on November 13th

… a 5-4 record in November under Paul Johnson

… an all-time record of 437-182-21 in Bobby Dodd Stadium

… an all-time record of 678-454-43 in 118 seasons of football



… 169 consecutive games without being shut out (last time: Oct. 18, 1997 vs. Florida State)

… 155 consecutive games without returning a kickoff for a touchdown (last time: Oct. 31, 1998 at Maryland)

… 37 consecutive starts by senior cornerback Mario Butler


Team Notes

Tevin Washington is the third Yellow Jacket to rush for 100 yards in a game this season, joining Joshua Nesbitt and Anthony Allen

… Tech ran for 308 yards, topping 300 for the sixth time this season and for the 18th time in 37 games under Paul Johnson. Tech is now 15-3 when rushing for 300 yards under Johnson

… Miami’s 79-yard pass completion in the third quarter was the longest by a Tech opponent since Oct. 6, 2005 when NC State completed an 80-yard pass

… Tech allowed an opponent individual 100 receiving yards for the first time this season, for the first time since Nov. 7, 2009 when Wake Forest’s Marshall Williams had 111 yards

… Tech allowed 500 yards of total offense for the second time this season (also vs. NC State)

… With Logan Walls not starting today because of a sternum injury, Tech’s starting lineup on the defensive side of the ball was altered for the first time since the Oct. 2 Wake Forest game. The Jackets had used the same starting 11 in each of the last four games until T.J. Barnes replaced Walls at DT today. Barnes is just the 16th different player to start on defense this season.

… Miami’s opening drive of 88 yards was the second-longest drive allowed by Tech this season. The Hurricanes added another 88-yard TD drive later in the first quarter

… Tech trailed by 14 points (14-0) at the end of the first quarter for the first time since Sept. 22, 2007 at Virginia (21-7); the last time the Jackets trailed by 14 points at the end of the first quarter at home came in 2003 against Georgia

… Tech’s three first-half points tie for its fewest in any half this season (also 3 points in the first half at Clemson)

… Miami was 0-for-4 on third downs in the first half

… Tech has trailed at some point in eight of 10 games this season


Anthony Allen, Sr., BB

… his 65th yard rushing today gave him 1,500 yards for his two-year Georgia Tech career


Anthony Barnes, Sr., LB

… played in his 45th career game


T.J. Barnes, So., DT

… started for the first time this season, and for the third time in his career


Scott Blair, Sr., K

… played in his team-high 50th career game

… entered today’s game having made 69 consecutive extra points

… his first field goal today gave him 12 for the season, tying for the 11th-most single-season field goals in Tech history


Julian Burnett, So., LB

… recorded his first career fumble recovery


Mario Butler, Sr., CB

… made his team-high 37th consecutive start and played in his 47th career game


Kevin Cone, r-Sr., WR

… made his seventh start of the season and the 10th start of his career

… recorded his first career touchdown reception

… had a career high for receptions (previously 1 – he entered today’s game with 2 career receptions)


Jay Finch, r-Fr., OL

… made his second career start at OG today, replacing Will Jackson


Brad Jefferson, Sr., LB

… played in his 45th career game


Roddy Jones, Jr., AB

… made his 36th career start (second on the team behind Mario Butler)


Daniel McKayhan, r-So., WR

… had his first pass reception of the season, the second of his career


Joshua Nesbitt, Sr., QB

… his streak of 30 consecutive starts ended today


Orwin Smith, So., AB

… had a career highs of 88 yards rushing and 12 rushing attempts


Jerrard Tarrant, r-Jr., S

… recorded his third career fumble recovery


Tevin Washington, r-So., QB

… threw his first career touchdown pass

… has a career high with 122 rushing yards (previously 46 at Virginia Tech last week)

… had career highs with 7 pass completions and 16 pass attempts (previously 2 and 7 at Virginia Tech last week)



Today’s Captains

Brad Jefferson and Joshua Nesbitt.

Miami won the toss and elected to receive.



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