Halftime Notes: Georgia Tech vs. Duke

Josh D. Weiss-US PRESSWIRE

Halftime notes and facts from Georgia Tech Sports Information.

Georgia Tech Halftime Notes
November 10, 2012 vs. Duke

Team Notes

... Tech has played 195 consecutive games without being shut out (last time: Oct. 18, 1997 vs. Florida State)

... True freshman Adam Gotsis started at DE in place of senior Izaan Cross, who is sick today (103-degree temperature); Cross saw his 37-game starting streak come to an end; Gotsis became the 16th different Yellow Jacket to make their first career start in 2012

... Tech has outscored opponents 104-78 in the first quarter this season

... Tech's 16-play TD drive to go up 21-14 was its longest scoring drive, in terms of number of plays, this season

... The 50-yard field goal by Duke's Martin was the longest by a Tech opponent Nov. 20, 2010 when Duke's Will Snyderwine kicked a 52-yarder

... Each team punted once in the first half

T.J. Barnes, Sr., DT

... played in his 51st career game, tying Rod Sweeting for the most career games played on the team

Izaan Cross, Sr., DE

... his streak of consecutive games started ended at 37 today; did not play today because of a 103-degree temperature

Adam Gotsis, Fr., DL

... got his first career start today, joining Anthony Autry as the only true freshmen to start this season

... recorded his first career sack today

Jeff Greene, So., WR

... had his first career rushing attempt today

Zach Laskey, So., BB

... his fifth rushing yard today gave him 500 for the season

Vad Lee, r-Fr., QB

Lee's rushing touchdown today gave him...

... nine career rushing touchdowns, which tie for the ninth-most career rushing TDs by a Tech quarterback

... nine rushing touchdowns this season, tying for the 19th-most single-season rushing TDs in Tech history and tying Billy Lothridge for the fifth-most single-season rushing TDs by a Tech quarterback

RUSHING TDs BY A QUARTERBACK/SEASON

1. Tevin Washington 2012 18

Joshua Nesbitt 2009 18

3. Tevin Washington 2011 14

4. Joshua Nesbitt 2010 10

5. Billy Lothridge 1962 9

Vad Lee 2012 9

7. Joshua Nesbitt 2008 7

Shawn Jones 1991 7

Danny Myers 1975 7

Danny Myers 1974 7

11. Joe Hamilton 1999 6

Shawn Jones 1990 6

David Sims, Jr., BB

... his second-quarter touchdown was his third rushing TD this season, the 11th of his career

... two of his three rushing touchdowns this season have come in the last two games

Orwin Smith, Sr., AB

... his 32nd rushing yard today gave him 1,795 for his career, passing Leon Hardeman for 15th place on Tech's all-time career rushing list

... his 37th rushing yard today gave him 1,800 for his career

Rod Sweeting, Sr., CB

... played in his 51st career game, which ties T.J. Barnes for the most on the team

Omoregie Uzzi, Sr., OG

... made his 36th career start (ranks second on the team)

Tevin Washington, Jr., QB

... made his 28th consecutive start

... his eighth rushing attempt today was the 496th of his career, passing Reggie Ball for the 11th-most rushing attempts in Tech history

... his 23rd rushing yard today was the 2,100th of his career

Washington's rushing touchdown today gave him...

... 36 career rushing attempts, which

- Breaks the ACC record for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback

- Breaks the Georgia Tech record for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback

- Ranks him alone in second place on Tech's all-time career rushing TDs list

... 216 career points scored, passing Joshua Nesbitt for seventh place on Tech's all-time career scoring list

... 36 career touchdowns overall, tying Jonathan Dwyer for the second-most touchdowns scored overall in Tech history

... 18 rushing touchdowns this season, tying Joshua Nesbitt (2009) for the second-most single-season rushing TDs in Tech history, and one shy of tying the Tech record of 19 held by Robert Lavette (1982), and tying Nesbitt for the most single-season rushing TDs by a Tech quarterback

... 18 touchdowns overall this season, tying Nesbitt for the second-most single-season touchdowns, and one shy of tying Lavette's single-season record of 19 overall TDs

... 108 points scored this season, tying for the second-most single-season points scored in Tech history

... 53 career touchdowns responsible for (5th-most in Tech history)

... 22 touchdowns responsible for this season, tying for the fifth-most single-season TDRs in Tech history

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS BY A QUARTERBACK / CAREER

1. Tevin Washington 2009- 36

2. Joshua Nesbitt 2007-10 35

3. Shawn Jones 1989-92 19

4. Joe Hamilton 1996-99 18

5. Billy Lothridge 1961-63 15

6. Danny Myers 1973-75 14

7. Toppy Vann 1956-57 11

Reggie Ball 2003-06 11

9. John Dewberry 1983-85 9

10. Vad Lee 2012- 8

Gary Lanier 1976-79 8

TOUCHDOWNS / CAREER

1. Robert Lavette 1981-84 46

2. Jonathan Dwyer 2007-09 36

Tevin Washington 2009- 36

4. Joshua Nesbitt 2007-10 35

5. Joe Burns 1998-01 34

6. Calvin Johnson 2004-06 29

7. Tashard Choice 2005-07 28

Jerry Mays 1985-89 28

9. Kelly Campbell 1998-01 27

10. Eddie Lee Ivery 1975-78 26

P.J. Daniels 2002-05 26

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS/SEASON

1. Robert Lavette 1982 19

2. Joshua Nesbitt 2009 18

Tevin Washington 2012 18

4. Tevin Washington 2011 14

Jonathan Dwyer 2009 14

Joe Burns 2001 14

Robert Lavette 1984 14

8. Sean Gregory 1999 13

9. Jonathan Dwyer 2008 12

Tashard Choice 2006 12

Joe Burns 2000 12

C.J. Williams 1995 12

Lenny Snow 1966 12

POINTS/SEASON

1. Robert Lavette 1982 114

2. Joshua Nesbitt 2009 108

Tevin Washington 2012 108

4. Travis Bell 2007 106

5. Luke Manget 2001 97

6. Joe Burns 2001 92

7. Calvin Johnson 2006 90

8. Justin Moore 2011 89

Billy Lothridge 1962 89

10. Scott Blair 2009 87

SEASON RUSHING TDs BY AN ACC QUARTERBACK

1. Joshua Nesbitt, Georgia Tech 2009 18

1. Tevin Washington, Ga Tech 2012 18

3. Larry Russell, Wake Forest 1971 15

4. Tevin Washington, Ga Tech 1011 14

5. Woodrow Dantzler, Clemson 2000 13

5. Scott Smith, NC State 1979 13

7. Mike Dunn, Duke 1976 12

8. Six players 10

CAREER RUSHING TDs BY AN ACC QUARTERBACK

1. Tevin Washington, Ga Tech 2009- 36

2. Joshua Nesbitt, Georgia Tech 2007-10 35

3. Larry Russell, Wake Forest 1969-71 29

4. Woody Dantzler, Clemson 1998-01 27

5. Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech 2007-10 23

6. Mike Dunn, Duke 1975-78 22

7. Shawn Jones, Georgia Tech 1989-92 19

8. Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech 1996-99 18

8. Scott Smith, NC State 1978-79 18

Today's Captains

Izaan Cross, Omoregie Uzzi, Tevin Washington

Georgia Tech won the toss and elected to kick-off.

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