During the month of September, Georgia Tech's passing game was one of the most interesting storylines in the ACC. It seemed as if Georgia Tech had finally found an answer to its inefficient efforts throwing the ball with first-year starting quarterback Tevin Washington
. While the Jackets weren't throwing more, they were throwing it more efficiently.
That has since changed.
Compare these numbers:
In the first four games, Georgia Tech passers completed 65.9 percent of its passes (31 of 47) and threw just one interception.
In the past three games, Georgia Tech passers have completed 12 of 41 passes (29.2 percent) and thrown three