Getting TECHnichal: Yellow Jackets need to look forward

It only took until mid-September this season for Georgia Tech to match its 2015 win total, outlasting Boston College in Ireland and then coming home to soundly defeat Mercer and Vanderbilt to improve to 3-0. That was before it stepped into the toughest game on its entire regular-season schedule.

Things didn’t go according to plan under the lights at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Thursday night as the Yellow Jackets fell to fifth-ranked Clemson, 26-7. But the reality for Paul Johnson’s squad is that its next two games — at home against Miami on Oct. 1 and at Pittsburgh on Oct. 8 — keep alive the program’s hopes of making a major move in the Coastal Division standings.

But only if the Jackets can show some resiliency and bounce back.

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