Georgia Tech Football: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly From Florida State Game

Not many people expected Georgia Tech to be able to hang around with Florida State today with Jeff Sims out and that is exactly what happened. 

A couple of early Florida State mistakes helped Georgia Tech get an early 3-0 lead, but it was all Seminoles after that. Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis picked apart the Yellow Jackets’ secondary and the Florida State running game was dominant. 

It was a shaky game on offense, though things did get slightly better in the second half. After playing Zach Gibson on the first two drives, Brent Key threw true freshmen Zach Pyron out there to see what he could do. It was not all bad for Pyron, but the lack of an offensive line hindered any kind of success the offense wanted or needed to have. 

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