It wouldn't be right without an ode to the past:
There's fast and then there's Broderick Snoddy fast. #GTvsND— Chris Yandle (@ChrisYandle) September 19, 2015
After a few stops, Notre Dame found the end zone on a bomb to Will Fuller.
Chris Milton gets burned by Will Fuller. Touchdown Notre Dame.— From the Rumble Seat (@FTRSBlog) September 19, 2015
Fuller had some big plays in Saturday's game, and Tech fans weren't too happy about it.
Will Fuller's got a high-quality push-off move— PUNT UP SOME COMMAS (@edsbs) September 19, 2015
Any chance this ACC crew knows what offensive pass interference is? #GTvsND— MOTG (@MashOnTheGas) September 19, 2015
The Notre Dame defense was strong, and the Jackets struggled to get points on the board in the first half.
Ga. Tech tried a 43-ydfield goal but kicker Harrison Butker misfires for the second time today. ND will kneel out the 1st half leading 13-7.— Stephen Brooks (@StephenM_Brooks) September 19, 2015
Harrison Butker’s two missed field goals in the first half were his first attempts since making "The Kick" in Athens last year.— From the Rumble Seat (@FTRSBlog) September 19, 2015
To some, Butker's misses didn't seem to matter:
Harrison Butker can miss every field goal for the rest of his life. He’s earned it after that performance against uga last year.— Jeff Siegel (@jgsiegel) September 19, 2015
Notre Dame would find the end zone one more time before halftime.
C.J. Prosise rams his way forward for a 17-yard TD. At this point you gotta ask: What the heck took ND so long to move him to RB? #GTvsND— Matt Fortuna (@Matt_Fortuna) September 19, 2015
Hoping for halftime adjustments, kudos to the ND defense for their job in the first half— GTsportsblog (@GT90champs) September 19, 2015
The Jackets were outplayed in the first half, but were still in great position to come out and take control of the game in the third quarter.
But the miscues continued. And after holding ND to a field goal after that turnover, it seemed like the Jackets couldn't catch a break.
Plenty of time left #TogetherWeSwarm— Reggie Ball (@TheReggieBall) September 19, 2015
Thomas scores, but Errin Joe called for holding and it’s coming back.— From the Rumble Seat (@FTRSBlog) September 19, 2015
Referee was out of position. Ha https://t.co/o4MISTFyud— ACC & SEC Blog (@accsecblog) September 20, 2015
I swea!! https://t.co/TaojxQE2bH— Shaq Mason (@ShaqDiesel_70) September 19, 2015
Ref not even looking at Joe when the block was made. Turned after and threw the flag once he tackled him down. pic.twitter.com/56vW3vP9p0— Tyler Duke (@DukeSBN) September 19, 2015
summers out with shoulder injury. i suspect he's not returning— Ken Sugiura (@ksugiuraajc) September 19, 2015
#GaTech now dealing with injuries to Micheal Summers, Qua Searcy, and Broderick Snoddy. Unclear on the severity of any of those.— From the Rumble Seat (@FTRSBlog) September 19, 2015
The defense kept us in the game during the second half.
I'm paying absolutely no attention to this wedding right now #TogetherWeSwarm— Reggie Ball (@TheReggieBall) September 19, 2015
The fourth quarter didn't start well for the Jackets.
And Notre Dame's defense was able to keep the Tech offense scoreless throughout the majority of the second half.
Uncharacteristic game from the Jackets today. Penalties, pass play calls, no rhythm. Hard to stomach. #TogetherWeSwarm— Sam (@sam_dxn34) September 19, 2015
Well I'm a huge Jacket fan but today was hard to watch. We'll be better down the road but not quite as good as we hoped. #TogetherWeSwarm— Tony Morton (@Tonyfromdville) September 19, 2015
Had to change the channel i started throwing stuff #TogetherWeSwarm— Buffalo Bob (@d_wHeelie) September 19, 2015
Not so fast ---
Fighting to the final whistle! #TogetherWeSwarm— GeorgiaTech Football (@GeorgiaTechFB) September 19, 2015
But it just wasn't enough.
To little to late. Disappointing loss. All the credit to ND defense. Good news is its only September. #TogetherWeSwarm— Kyle Dorman (@thomascorange91) September 19, 2015
Heck of a 4th quarter but not enough. Wouldn't want to be anything other than a yellow jacket #TogetherWeSwarm— Christian Crowson (@ChristianCrows1) September 19, 2015
Luckily for the Jackets, there is a lot of football left to play.
It is what it is. ND defense played lights out, I'll give them credit. Perimeter blocking needs work. Onto Duke. #TogetherWeSwarm— Patrick (@GTsports_Pat) September 19, 2015
Remember that ND could make the playoffs with that team. That should make you feel better. Sky isn't falling #TogetherWeSwarm— BuzzTalkRadio (@BuzzTalkRadio) September 20, 2015
Next week, the Jackets will look for revenge as they travel to Durham to take on Duke.