These are the top takeaways for the Duke football team in their 28-14 win over Georgia Tech.
The last time the Duke football team was on the field they were leaving with their first loss of the season, 31-14 to Virginia Tech. The Blue Devils had an extra week to prepare for their next week and that paid off with a 28-14 win over Georgia Tech thanks to key turnovers late in the third quarter.
The two teams were close for most of the game with the score tied up at 7 midway through the third quarter. However, the Yellow Jackets turned the ball over, all fumbles, on three straight drives. This was exactly what Daniel Jones needed as he threw a touchdown after each turnover to open the lead up to 28-7.
The Blue Devils had their fair share of mistakes as well, with one interception and two fumbles, but the Yellow Jackets were not able to take advantage of those. They were only able to score one touchdown off the Blue Devils’ turnovers.
These are some of the key takeaways for the Duke football team in their 28-14 win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.