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Georgia Tech's Offense Freezes on Big Stage

Atlanta Journal Constitution

The offense that averaged over 300 yards rushing per game this season, the offense that scored 57 touchdowns in 13 games and fried the braincells of defensive coordinators from Virginia Tech to Florida State — that offense didn’t show up Tuesday night for a football program’s biggest bowl game in 43 years.

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