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Game Leaders

Passing Yards

GT

J. Sims10-13, 112 YDS, 1 TD

Rushing Yards

GT

J. Sims10 CAR, 128 YDS, 3 TD

Receiving Yards

GT

M. Carter3 REC, 48 YDS, 1 TD

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Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Line: UNC -14.5
  • Over/Under: 65

Attendance: 37,450

Sims caps off Georgia Tech's upset of UNC with 50-yard TD

Sims caps off Georgia Tech's upset of UNC with 50-yard TD

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North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: Full Highlights

North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: Full Highlights

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Howell gets smothered and fumbles the ball

Howell gets smothered and fumbles the ball

0:39

Sam Howell airs it out for 4-yard touchdown Pass

Sam Howell airs it out for 4-yard touchdown Pass

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Malachi Carter hauls it in for 27-yard Receiving TD

Malachi Carter hauls it in for 27-yard Receiving TD

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first QuarterUNCGT

TD

10:23

Sam Howell 23 Yd Run (Grayson Atkins Kick)

4 plays, 40 yards, 1:03

70
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FG

14:21

Brent Cimaglia 34 Yd Field Goal

9 plays, 64 yards, 5:02

73

FG

13:34

Brent Cimaglia 32 Yd Field Goal

4 plays, -4 yards, 0:35

76

TD

2:41

Jeff Sims 11 Yd Run (Brent Cimaglia Kick)

2 plays, 17 yards, 0:42

713
third QuarterUNCGT

TD

10:53

Jeff Sims 1 Yd Run (Brent Cimaglia Kick)

3 plays, 39 yards, 0:32

720

TD

5:39

Jahmyr Gibbs 4 Yd Run (Brent Cimaglia Kick)

8 plays, 81 yards, 2:50

727

TD

3:50

Kamari Morales 7 Yd pass from Sam Howell (Grayson Atkins Kick)

6 plays, 75 yards, 1:49

1427
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TD

13:52

Malachi Carter 27 Yd pass from Jeff Sims (Peje' Harris Pass to Dylan Leonard for Two-Point Conversion)

9 plays, 75 yards, 4:58

1435

TD

11:19

Josh Downs 4 Yd pass from Sam Howell (Sam Howell Pass to Cayden Baker for Two-Point Conversion)

8 plays, 75 yards, 2:33

2235

FG

4:07

Brent Cimaglia 31 Yd Field Goal

12 plays, 52 yards, 7:12

2238

TD

1:13

Jeff Sims 50 Yd Run (Brent Cimaglia Kick)

2 plays, 53 yards, 0:51

2245

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There were no moral victories tonight as Georgia Tech won it's first ranked game since 2017. The jury is still out on how good or bad UNC may be but areas of concern for Tech are starting to show consistent improvement and it paid dividends tonight.

North Carolina started the game with some open receivers on the first drive, but QB Sam Howell just put too much on the ball early and overshot a couple of receivers including one to Antione Green, who had Tre Swilling beat deep. A quick 3-and-out for Georgia Tech led to a blocked punt after poor blocking failed to pick up a loaded left edge by UNC. Howell would pick on Swilling again working him in single coverage. Howell’s legs would finish the drive as he bulldozed his was 23-yards for a touchdown. It didn’t help that Tech defenders attempted to go for the strip instead of wrapping up. The rest of the quarter saw the defenses get into both teams backfields and come up with some big sacks.

Gibbs would open up of the offense on the last drive of the 1st with a 29-yard run off the left edge that saw some good blocking. Yates took it up the middle for a nice gain and would eventually work Tech into the redzone with the help of defensive pass interference. Tech would stub their foot with a holding call, and UNC would penetrate the line the next few plays to force a Tech field goal.

Domineck ran down Howell on the opening play of the next drive and forced a fumble that Quez Jackson returned to the 10. A stuffed run and two failed passes to Kalani Norris would see an opportunity wasted, leading to just another field goal and bringing the score to a 7-6 UNC lead.

The Yellow Jacket defense would tighten down on the UNC run game, but Howell had time to throw on passing downs. Howell took a sack by JaQuon Griffin but earned the yardage back and then some to get on the Tech side of the field. UNC came close to adding their second touchdown, but the pass was dropped at the goal line. UNC would miss a field goal after a false start erased the first attempt.

Late in the second Tech, would force another turnover by Djimon Brooks ripping the ball from Howell and Demetrius Knight recovering and would have scored except the dreaded turf monster grabbed him at the 17. Sims made his celebrated return and impressed with a remarkable run through the middle for Tech’s first touchdown of the night. Tech would take an unexpected 13-7 lead into the half.

Tech stalled to open the second but also stuffed UNC three straight runs as Mack Brown got gutsy by going for it on fourth in UNC territory. Tobias Oliver cleaned up Howell on a QB keeper to give Tech great field position. Whatever ailed Sims in the NIU game vanished from here, as Tech would score on every possession in the third. The first was all on Sims’s legs as he covered 38 yards on one carry and and then faked a handoff to take it in on the next play.

A quick stop by the Tech defense, and the offense was off to the races. Tech would extend its lead with Sims showing off his arm with long passes to Carter and McGowain before Gibbs plowed through the middle for a four yard touchdown.

UNC would respond in kind with its own quick drive with Sam Howell adding a few deep passes of his own and topping it off with a 7 yard pass to Kamari Morales. The Yellow Jackets kept pace and took the drive into the 4th quarter before Sims dropped a perfect pass to Malachi Carter, who drug a toe down just inbounds with a defender draped over him.

A quick strike from a 63 yard bomb set UNC up to score a few plays later, and a two-point conversion would keep the game within two scores. Tech performed wonderfully with a 7-minute drive after a would be touchdown was blown dead early when Dontae Smith broke free of a few tackles. The drive resulted only in a field goal after reaching the red zone, but it had done its damage to Carolina’s hope of a comeback. A fumble by Howell in the next drive would seal the victory for Tech, and Sims would add a 50 yard touchdown run for good measure.

The early goings were promising for the defense, save a few missed coverages, but the offense just felt shaky. The line struggled to block, but once Sims came back in UNC seemed very hesitant to blitz because of Sims’s dynamic speed and shiftiness. If Sims shows this version of himself for the duration of the season then winning the Coastal looks feasible with no clear cut favorite now.

It’s easy to look back at what could have been with NIU and Clemson, but this momentum going into the Pitt game feels like GT is turning the corner. ACC play is still young, but Georgia Tech controls their destiny from this point forward. Now all they need to do is claim it.

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Between the departure and return of Mack Brown, the North Carolina Tar Heels were 4-16 against Georgia Tech. Brown won in 2019, improving his record to 7-3-1 versus the Yellow Jackets, including 6-1 in the last seven.

Trips to Atlanta are challenging for UNC, and this Saturday in primetime will be no different. The Tar Heels need a win on the road, and they are up against a Ramblin’ Wreck team that is hard to get a grasp on after three games.

With Carolina riding a two-game winning streak, here are three things to watch Saturday night.

Keep the Offense Rolling

Heading into the Virginia game, there were concerns with three starters missing on the offensive line. These absences combined with the poor effort at Virginia Tech and lackluster showing versus Georgia State made the offensive line a key factor in the game.

As it turned out, the offensive line was dominant in helping the offense produce the sixth-most total yards in a single game in school history. The offensive line allowed just one sack and one tackle for loss to go with no holding or ineligible receiver downfield penalties.

Right guard Marcus McKethan led the way for the O-line, earning ACC Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week. He finished the UVA game graded at 87 percent with five knockdown blocks and two pins.

The rest of the offense performed as UNC fans hoped. Receiver Josh Downs ranks third in the NCAA, and first among P5 schools, in receiving yards after 203-yard performance against UVA. Running back Ty Chandler exceeded the expectations set for him in the offseason with a career-high 198 yards on the ground.

Quarterback Sam Howell became only the fourth FBS quarterback ever to record back-to-back games with 300 passing yards and 100 rushing yards.

Georgia Tech held no. 6 Clemson to just 14 points last week, but the Tigers are far from the offensive team it has been in recent years. With an opening week loss to Northern Illinois, it is hard to say this early in the season if GT’s performance last week was of a defense turning the corner or more of an indictment of Clemson’s lack of offensive firepower.

Unless Carolina reverts to opening week form, the offense should be firing on all cylinders. Can the Yellow Jackets and their 3-3-5 defense slow down the Tar Heels Saturday night? Or will UNC keep the offense rolling?

Dominant Run Defense

The porus run defense of teams in the not-so-distant past is no longer the norm for Carolina. Now, the much-hyped defensive line is making its mark.

In 2020, UNC held four opponents to less than 100 yards on the ground. Virginia, however, was not one of those teams. UVA ran for 210 yards in their win last season in Charlottesville. This season in Chapel Hill, the Cavaliers gained just 24 yards on the ground. UNC forced UVA to the air, and their passing attack was not enough to beat Carolina.

Led by Tomari Fox and Ray Vohasek, the coaching staff can now roll Myles Murphy, Jahvaree Ritzie, Kevin Hester, and Jahlil Taylor. The players are fresher, and the front seven becomes much more effective.

Georgia Tech will rely on two running backs, Jahmyr Gibbs and Jordan Mason, who receive about the same amount of carries. A fresh and active defensive line will be important Saturday night, and it will be interesting to see if the dominant run defense returns for another week.

A Win on the Road

Last season, Carolina was 3-2 on the road. However, for the gamblers out there, UNC was 2-3 ATS. The Tar Heels dropped the first three road games ATS. Favored by two touchdowns versus Boston College, UNC snuck by with a four-point win.

The Tar Heels were not ready for primetime against Florida State, and the comeback attempt in Charlottesville fell short.

Only the blowouts at Duke and Miami were road ATS wins for Carolina in 2020. All that to say in the first three road games last season, UNC underperformed. Carolina lost their first road game already, and did so in disappointing fashion.

The Tar Heels won under the lights last week, but they need to do so on the road. The team needs to prove it to themselves that it is just another business trip, no matter the opponent, venue, or kickoff time.

Will UNC notch that much-needed primetime road win Saturday?

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After last week’s win over Virginia, North Carolina enters this week’s game as the favorite again, but will face an interesting challenge tonight.

The Tar Heels are hitting the road and heading to Atlanta tonight to face off against Georgia Tech, which is more interesting after last weekend. As Carolina was taking on Virginia, down at Clemson, Georgia Tech was taking the Tigers right to the wire. It took a dying seconds goalline stand for Clemson to pull out the win over the Yellow Jackets in a game Tech were 27.5-point underdogs in. While the Yellow Jackets played the ACC favorite tough, they also have a loss to Northern Illinois, so it’s been a bit of a weird season for them so far.

Also of note is that this game is being held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons. Georgia Tech signed a deal to play one game a year at the NFL stadium, and the Tar Heels are the choice for this year.

If you’re not in Atlanta for the game tonight, here’s all the information you need on how to check it out:

  • Time: 7:30 PM ET
  • Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • TV: ACC Network with Roy Philpott, Tim Hasselbeck, and Kelsey Riggs on the call
  • Radio: Tar Heel Sports Network (list of affiliates) with Jones Angell on play-by-play, Brian Simmons as analyst, and Lee Pace on the sidelines. On satellite radio, the game will air on Sirius XM channel 85.
  • Streaming: The ACC Network airing of the game can be streamed on Watch ESPN on your various devices, while the THSN radio feed can be heard on The Varsity Network app and on GoHeels.com.
  • Line: UNC -12.5
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Under fire, in trouble: Takeaways from UNC football’s wreck on the road at Georgia Tech

ATLANTA — Sam Howell under fire and North Carolina engulfed by trouble.

Consider it a remixed recipe for disaster and déjà vu all over again.

Georgia Tech manhandled the No. 21 Tar Heels 45-22 on Saturday night in Atlantic Coast Conference football at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, another wreck on the road and deflating defeat for North Carolina.

“I thought the kids tried, I thought they fought through it the second half,” Tar Heels coach Mack Brown said, “but I’m disappointed. I’m embarrassed by our play, by our coaching, by me.”

Jeff Sims supplied a spark when the Yellow Jackets inserted him at quarterback to replace starter Jordan Yates. Sims ran for 128 yards and three touchdowns — producing all but 11 of his rushing yards during the second half — and added 112 passing yards and a touchdown through the air.

But this became an unwanted sequel to North Carolina’s season-opening loss earlier this month at Virginia Tech. The Hokies swarmed Howell, the star quarterback, for six sacks and three interceptions that night, sending frustration colliding into disappointment for the Tar Heels.

That same dread resurfaced here Saturday night at this gleaming downtown stadium, the home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. Georgia Tech (2-2 overall, 1-1 ACC) sacked the junior Howell eight times, the most sacks he has endured across 29 career college games. He also lost three fumbles.

“We didn’t help him much,” Brown said of Howell. “I thought it looked similar to Virginia Tech, the whole thing. We were frustrated as an offense, I thought. Maybe they got the false impression after they ran up and down the field so easily last week (in beating Virginia) that it was just going to be easy now and they had it, and you can’t do that in this game. You’ve got to start over every week.”

Georgia Tech linebackers Charlie Thomas and Ayinde Eley sack North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell during Saturday night’s game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

North Carolina (2-2, 1-2) started September with its best preseason national ranking in 14 years and is certain to close the month having fallen out of the Top 25. Here are more takeaways from Saturday night’s loss in Atlanta:

Road tripping Tar Heels

North Carolina slipped to 5-7 in road games since the beginning of the 2019 season, and Brown’s return to Chapel Hill for his second stint in charge of the program. The Tar Heels now have lost 10 of their last 13 road assignments at Georgia Tech.

After being picked as the preseason favorite to win the ACC’s Coastal Division, North Carolina finds itself 1-2 in the league and winless against divisional foes Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech, both stumbling losses away from home.

During the course of the week, Brown made the approach of his team’s fourth game of the season a talking point. Last year, the Tar Heels took a wrong turn at this juncture on the schedule, suffering a letdown loss on the road to a less-than-vintage Florida State team and damaging what had been an unbeaten start.

“Very similar to the Florida State game last year at this time,” Brown said here Saturday night. “So we haven’t matured enough as a group.”

Georgia Tech quarterback Jeff Sims breaks away on a run as North Carolina linebacker Eugene Asante, left, gives chase in the second half Saturday night.

Super sub Sims

Sims hadn’t played for Georgia Tech since the Sept. 4 season opener, when he left during the second quarter that day due to an undisclosed injury. Jordan Yates, nephew of former North Carolina standout and all-time leading passer T.J. Yates, replaced Sims then and made his third straight start at quarterback Saturday night.

But Sims entered with 3:15 remaining in the first half and Georgia Tech in business at the Tar Heels’ 17-yard line, after Howell’s second lost fumble. Sims promptly scooted in on an 11-yard touchdown run to put the Yellow Jackets ahead to stay a 13-7, part of their surge of 27 unanswered points.

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“You see when you miss a tackle on him, he can be explosive,” North Carolina linebacker Jeremiah Gemmel said. “We thought Yates was going to be the guy throughout the game, so we really didn’t game plan too much for both quarterbacks. We had some stuff for (Sims), but we didn’t think he was going to play the whole second half of the ball game.”

Yates never returned, as Sims accounted for 240 total yards and four touchdowns. His 50-yard touchdown dash in the game’s final 90 seconds effectively capped the night. Brown even compared his running style at 6-foot-3 to Vince Young, the former Texas sensation and NFL quarterback.

“He looked great,” Brown said, “and I thought he was the difference in the ball game. That second half, we couldn’t stop him.”

North Carolina coach Mack Brown checks with defensive coordinator Jay Bateman, left, and linebacker Cedric Gray, right, during a timeout Saturday night.

Howell runs into problems

Howell finished 25 of 39 passing for 306 yards and two touchdowns. He connected with tight end Kamari Morales and Josh Downs for scores in the second half.

He started fast on the ground. His first carry went for a 16-yard gain, and his second run delivered a tackle-breaking touchdown of 23 yards to jump the Tar Heels ahead 7-0 during the game’s opening five minutes. Howell knifed and spun through at least three Georgia Tech defenders to reach the end zone on that read-option keeper. Juanyeh Thomas, Wesley Walker and Tobias Oliver of the Yellow Jackets all whiffed on the tackle attempts.

The prolific passer Howell arrived having rushed for more than 100 yards in back-to-back games. And with 39 yards on his first two carries to start Saturday night, it seemed as if another career night on the ground could be brewing.

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Georgia Tech thoroughly bottled up that possibility. Linebacker Charlie Thomas (2½ sacks) and defensive end Kyle Kennard (two sacks) led the hit parade. The Yellow Jackets piled up 13 tackles for minus-71 yards in losses, to go along with their eight sacks of Howell.

“A lot of things went wrong,” he said. “I could’ve played better. Those fumbles when I was running really hurt us and put our defense in a bad position. I just think all-around we just have stuff we can clean up. There’s so many things we can do better on the offensive side of the ball, and it starts with me.”

Dome sweet dome

North Carolina’s visit here Saturday night marked the first of six home games across six seasons for Georgia Tech at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the sparkling 71,000-seat venue with a retractable roof. On campus, the Yellow Jackets play at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

Georgia Tech calls the new series “Mayhem at Mercedes-Benz Stadium,” in reference to coach Geoff Collins’s days as a defensive coordinator at Mississippi State and Florida.

The Yellow Jackets have future matchups scheduled at Mercedes-Benz Stadium against Clemson (Sept. 5, 2022), Louisville (Sept. 2, 2023) and Notre Dame (Oct. 19, 2024). Dates and opponents for the 2025 and 2026 games there remain to be determined.

Adam Smith is a sports reporter for the Burlington Times-News and USA TODAY Network. You can reach him by email at [email protected] or @adam_smithTN on Twitter.

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Georgia Tech Beats North Carolina Reaction And Post Game Thoughts!

Final score and commentary: Georgia Tech swarms Sam Howell, manhandles UNC in Atlanta

Follow along live as the North Carolina football team takes on Georgia Tech in an ACC matchup:

ATLANTA — Sam Howell under fire and North Carolina engulfed by trouble.

Consider it a recipe for disaster and déjà vu all over again.

Georgia Tech manhandled the No. 21 Tar Heels 45-22 on Saturday night in Atlantic Coast Conference football at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, another wreck on the road for North Carolina.

Jeff Sims supplied a spark when the Yellow Jackets inserted him at quarterback to replace starter Jordan Yates. Sims accounted for 240 total yards and four touchdowns.

But this became an unwanted sequel to the Tar Heels’ season opener earlier this month at Virginia Tech, when the Hokies swarmed Howell, the North Carolina star quarterback, for six sacks and three interceptions.

Georgia Tech dropped Howell for eight sacks here Saturday night at this gleaming downtown stadium, the home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. He also lost three fumbles.

Howell finished 25 of 39 passing for 306 yards and two touchdowns.

Georgia Tech ran off 27 unanswered points after North Carolina took an early 7-0 lead on Howell’s 23-yard touchdown run.

Not a safe bet

North Carolina arrived as a 13-point favorite on the road and Georgia Tech is making that bet look like a foolish one.

Jahmyr Gibbs scored on a 4-yard touchdown run to put the Yellow Jackets ahead 27-7 in the third quarter. Jeff Sims’s entrance at quarterback has sparked Georgia Tech.

Sam Howell’s 7-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kamari Morales in the back of the end zone has pulled the Tar Heels within 27-14 at the end of the third quarter.

Morales made a 21-yard catch to get Carolina closer on the drive.

Georgia Tech quarterback Jeff Sims signals for a first down over North Carolina linebacker Cedric Gray in the second half Saturday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Tar Heels in trouble

North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell is under fire and the Tar Heels appear to be in trouble, at least with one half complete Saturday night.

Georgia Tech leads 13-7 at halftime here, with its defense having dropped Howell for five sacks and collected 10 tackles for lost yardage.

Howell’s first two carries of the game went for 39 yards, on runs of 16 and 23 yards. He’s down to just 1 yard rushing on 11 carries.

North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback runs for a touchdown against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the first quarter Saturday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Sims back in lineup, in end zone

Jeff Sims, Georgia Tech’s opening day starter at quarterback, enters in relief of Jordan Yates and promptly scores on an 11-yard touchdown keeper.

Yellow Jackets take the lead at 13-7 late in the first half.

Tar Heels quarterback Sam Howell has been sacked four times and fumbled twice. Tech’s defense should’ve had a scoop and score on Demetrius Knight’s recovery of Howell’s last fumble, but a turf monster got him. He tripped on his own and went down on what looked to be a sure return for a touchdown.

No matter, Sims got Tech in the end zone moments later.

Sep 25, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Mack Brown looks on from the field before Saturday night’s game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Howell on the run again

Sam Howell strikes again as a runner.

The quarterback scores on a 23-yard touchdown scamper, and North Carolina capitalizes on Gio Biggers’ blocked punt moments earlier to lead 7-0 in the first five minutes Saturday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Howell, suddenly running wild recently with back-to-back games of more than 100 rushing yards, knifed and spun through at least three tackles to reach the end zone on the read-option keeper.

Georgia Tech defenders Juanyeh Thomas, Wesley Walker and Tobias Oliver all got hands on him, but whiffed on the tackle attempts.

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► UNC star passer Sam Howell suddenly running wild, joins Lamar Jackson in rare QB club

Dome sweet dome?

North Carolina’s visit here Saturday night marks the first of six home games across six seasons for Georgia Tech at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the gleaming 71,000-seat venue with a retractable roof. On campus, the Yellow Jackets play at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

Georgia Tech is calling the new series “Mayhem at Mercedes-Benz Stadium,” in reference to coach Geoff Collins’s days as a defensive coordinator at Mississippi State and Florida.

The Yellow Jackets have future matchups scheduled at Mercedes-Benz Stadium against Clemson (Sept. 5, 2022), Louisville (Sept. 2, 2023) and Notre Dame (Oct. 19, 2024). Dates and opponents for the 2025 and 2026 games there remain to be determined.

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