Georgia Tech racked up 241 yards rushing and 407 yards overall in the half. Four Yellow Jackets players have at least 37 yards on the ground, with Zach Laskey's 71 yards leading the way. Quarterback Tevin Washington has two rushing touchdowns.
Georgia Tech got on the board first with a 13-play, 90-yard touchdown drive that spanned 5:36. Washington capped the long drive with a 12-yard run. The Yellow Jackets pushed the lead out to 14-0 early in the second quarter after Washington's second score.
Boston College finally was able to get something going on offense, with a 61-yard drive that resulted in a 25-yard field goal by Nate Freese to cut the score to 14-3.
Georgia Tech added on two more touchdowns in the second quarter to bring the score to 28-3. Backup quarterback Vad Lee accounted for both touchdowns, with one coming on the ground and the other coming through the air.