Miami Vs. Georgia Tech Score Update: Georgia Tech Leads 36-22 Into Fourth

The Yellow Jackets continue to roll against the Hurricanes, scoring 36 unanswered points at one point, to head into the fourth quarter of their game at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta with a 36-22 lead.

Georgia Tech built onto their 22-19 halftime lead by scoring two touchdowns in the third. The first came off of a 35-yard Tony Zenon rush on the Yellow Jackets' first drive of the half. The second came one drive later, as quarterback Tevin Washington punched it in from 2 yards out.

Georgia Tech has 227 rushing yards so far on the game.

Miami scored on a 23-yard Jake Wieclaw field goal. The Hurricanes have moved the ball well on the day, amassing 393 yards, but have turned the ball over twice, contributing to the ongoing Miami woes.

For more on the Hurricanes, visit SB Nation Tampa Bay and The Seventh Floor. For more on Georgia Tech, visit From the Rumble Seat and SB Nation Atlanta.

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