Here’s what happened Saturday:
Jonathan Dwyer scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 43-yard, fourth-quarter run, rushing for 108 yards as the Yellow Jackets came back from a turnover-filled first half to beat BC.
Nesbitt ran for 50 yards, including a 30-yard scramble for a first down that helped Tech run out the clock and a 1-yard sneak on fourth-and-inches to clinch it.
Georgia Tech's Cooper Taylor, right, tackles Boston College quarterback Chris Crane on a carry in the second quarter of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 6, 2008, in Boston. Georgia Tech won 19-16.
(AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)