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Georgia Tech counting on its running game to be better than Kentucky's in TaxSlayer Bowl
Georgia Tech running back Qua Searcy (1) runs the ball against Georgia in the second half of the game Nov. 26 in Athens. - photo by Brett Davis
Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson summed up the TaxSlayer Bowl in seven words Friday: “I think it will be over quick,” Johnson said. Considering the Yellow Jackets and Kentucky have two of the nation’s most prolific rushing attacks, the clock might barely stop Saturday. Georgia Tech (8-4) ranks 10th in the country rushing, averaging 257 yards a game.
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