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Washington leads Georgia Tech past Duke, 42-24
Georgia Tech running back Orwin Smith, left, runs the ball as he is knocked out of bounds by Duke Blue linebacker C.J. France in the second quarter Saturday in Atlanta. - photo by David Goldman
ATLANTA — Tevin Washington passed for three touchdowns and ran for another score to lead Georgia Tech to a 42-24 win over Duke on Saturday, preserving the Yellow Jackets' hopes of playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game. Georgia Tech (6-5, 5-3 ACC) is bowl-eligible for the 16th consecutive season and moved one-half game ahead of Miami in the Coastal Division. Miami ends its conference schedule next week against Duke.
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