NCAA Football Recap Week 6, Pittsburgh Panthers Defeat Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 37-34, Saturday, October 8, 2016

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Georgia Tech Yellow JacketsGEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS pittsburgh-panthersPITTSBURGH PANTHERS
3-3, 5th in Coastal Division October 8, 12:30 PM | Grass of Heinz Field 4-2, 6th in Coastal Division
When: 12:30 PM ET, Saturday, October 8, 2016
Where: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Pittsburgh Panthers, BOXSCORE

Final 1 2 3 4 T
Georgia Tech Yellow JacketsGT 3 17 0 14 34
pittsburgh-panthersPITT 7 14 3 13 37
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/08 12:30 PM
325Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Georgia Tech
326pittsburgh-panthersPittsburgh

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 5 – Saturday, October 8th, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Pittsburgh Panthers.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
Georgia Tech Yellow JacketsGeorgia Tech Yellow Jackets +6.5 -110 +225 51 -115
pittsburgh-panthersPittsburgh University Panthers -6.5 -110 -275 51 -105
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The Panthers were Week 6 winners on Saturday, coming out on top of the Yellow Jackets by a score of 37-34 at Heinz Field.

The Panthers earned a straight-up victory but suffered an ATS defeat in failing to cover the -6.5-point spread. Over-Under bettors who played OVER the total of 52.0 were rewarded with a winning wager.

James Conner rushed for 60 yards, while Chawntez Moss added 45 yards in the win. Scott Orndoff and Jester Weah added 86 and 35 receiving yards respectively.

Clinton Lynch rushed for 64 yards for Georgia Tech, while Dedrick Mills added 57 yards. Justin Thomas threw for 130 yards for the Yellow Jackets, while receivers Ricky Jeune and Brad Stewart had 55 and 46 yards respectively.

Pittsburgh outgained Georgia Tech 407-371 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 22-18 by the Panthers.

Pittsburgh led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 30:21-29:39 split in that important category.

Pittsburgh heads into a Week 7 battle against Virginia. Georgia Tech, meanwhile, will have their next action against Georgia Southern.

Chris Blewitt banked in a 31-yard field goal off the right upright on the final play after Pitt’s defense came up with a fourth-down stop and the Panthers beat Georgia Tech 37-34 in Pittsburgh on Saturday.

Blewitt’s third field goal of the day was set up when Pitt stuffed Georgia Tech B-back Dedrick Mills for no gain on a run up the middle on fourth-and-inches at the Yellow Jackets’ 34 with 1:47 to go.

Pitt (4-2 overall, 1-1 in the ACC) played its fifth consecutive game decided in the final two minutes. Georgia Tech (3-3, 1-3) lost its third consecutive game.

The Panthers got a 24-yard touchdown from offensive lineman Brian O’Neill in the first quarter. He initially blocked from his left tackle position, then released to catch a lateral, running along the left sideline to the end zone.

Blewitt, who last season kicked a 56-yard field goal with 1:11 left to beat the Yellow Jackets, connected Saturday on field goals of 38, 41 and 31 yards. The senior moved into first place in school history with 52 career field goals.

Georgia Tech running back J.J. Green scored on a 96-yard kickoff return in the second quarter and scored on a 10-yard option pitch with 5:22 to go to give the Jackets a 34-27 lead.

Pitt responded to tie the game with 3:50 left when Nathan Peterman’s tipped deep pass over the middle landed in the arms of tight end Scott Orndoff, who took it into the end zone on a career-long 74-yard reception.

Peterman completed 14 of 20 passes for 192 yards and a touchdown. Running backs Qadree Ollison and Quadree Henderson each rushed for a touchdown for Pitt, while running back James Conner led the team with 60 yards on 14 carries.

Georgia Tech A-back Clinton Lynch scored on a 45-yard pitch to tie the game at 27-27 with 10:01 to go in the game and had a team-high 64 yards on four rushes.

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