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Three Jackets Will Sit Out First Half Of Bowl Game

Dec. 26, 2010

SHREVEPORT, La. — Three members of the Georgia Tech football team — senior DE Anthony Egbuniwe, junior DB Michael Peterson and freshman DB Louis Young — will sit out the first half of Monday’s Advocare V100 Independence Bowl Game because they missed a team curfew.

Head coach Paul Johnson made the announcement Sunday morning.

Egbuniwe started all 12 regular season games, although he was not expected to start Monday’s game. Young has been one of the top reserves in the secondary, and Peterson is a back-up corner and a member of special teams.

Georgia Tech plays in its 14th consecutive bowl game Monday at 5 p.m. ET against Air Force. The game will be televised by ESPN2.

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