How to watch Boston College vs. Georgia Tech: NCAA Football live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds The Eagles were … humbled by the Virginia Tech Hokies this past Saturday but one bad loss does not have to define a season. The Eagles return home to the Heights to face the Yellow Jackets with a chance to earn another conference win. The Yellow Jackets are coming off their own humbling at the hands of Trevor Lawrence.

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When Boston College Passes the Ball: Advantage BC. Not sure what to expect here, the Georgia Tech passing defense has allowed 200 yards or less three times this year. But they are inconsistent having also allowed 400 or more yards twice. It is all based on their matchups. Teams that can throw the ball did against GT, those that were struggling, did not. At this point we know what BC can do through the air, it’s going to be tough sledding for the Yellow Jackets.

When Boston College Runs The Ball: Advantage GT. If you want to take the statistics out of the equation an go on your gut, Boston College should be able to run the ball against the Yellow Jackets. But at this point, I need to see it to believe it. BC has either made too many mistakes running the ball, or quickly abandoned it in all five games. Until they turn it around on the field, the defense will get the nod.

When Georgia Tech Passes the Ball: Advantage BC. Jeff Sims has done a nice job as a true freshman, but there is one statistic that sticks out in this game. He has thrown nine interceptions already. Boston College’s secondary lives and breaths on turnovers, and after a game where they had zero, you have to imagine this group is going to be gunning for them against GT.

When Georgia Tech Runs The Ball: Advantage GT. If you are a Boston College fan, this is the matchup you need to circle. Boston College has played two out of three games now that they have struggled against the run. This is GT’s strength. Jeff Hafley talked about how hard they have worked on their issues with tackling this week. But will that be enough to stop Sims and Jahmyr Gibbs?

When Georgia Tech Passes the Ball: Advantage BC. Jeff Sims has done a nice job as a true freshman, but there is one statistic that sticks out in this game. He has thrown nine interceptions already. Boston College’s secondary lives and breaths on turnovers, and after a game where they had zero, you have to imagine this group is going to be gunning for them against GT.

When Georgia Tech Runs The Ball: Advantage GT. If you are a Boston College fan, this is the matchup you need to circle. Boston College has played two out of three games now that they have struggled against the run. This is GT’s strength. Jeff Hafley talked about how hard they have worked on their issues with tackling this week. But will that be enough to stop Sims and Jahmyr Gibbs?

What to Know
Get ready for an ACC battle as the Boston College Eagles and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will face off at 4 p.m. ET Saturday at Alumni Stadium. Neither team wants a repeat from their last game since each was dealt a considerable loss.

BC has to be hurting after a devastating 40-14 defeat at the hands of the Virginia Tech Hokies last week. Boston College’s loss came about despite a quality game from WR Jaelen Gill, who caught six passes for one TD and 104 yards. That receiving effort made it the first game that Gill has posted more than 100 yards receiving.

Meanwhile, Georgia Tech played a contest they are hoping to forget as they lost a 73-7 blowout to the Clemson Tigers last week. The Yellow Jackets were down 59-7 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. No one had a standout game offensively for Georgia Tech, but they got one touchdown from WR Jalen Camp. Jeff Sims’ 59-yard touchdown toss to Camp in the first quarter made for one of the most memorable moments of the day.

BC is the favorite in this one, with an expected 3.5-point margin of victory. If their 3-1 record against the spread is anything to go by, the prospects look good for bets placed on them.

With the two teams each stumbling in off of a loss, both will be hungry for the win. Giving up five turnovers, BC had had trouble holding onto the ball. We’ll see if the Yellow Jackets can exploit that vulnerability.

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