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On a rainy day in Charlottesville, Va., Georgia Tech lost 40-36 to Virginia on Saturday.

Leading 14-13 at halftime, Tech scored two touchdowns in the first 35 seconds of the first half to take a 28-13 lead, but the Yellow Jackets (4-4, 3-3 ACC) let that lead get away.

Virginia (6-3, 3-2) scored the winning points on a 27-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kurt Benkert to Andre Levrone with 1:22 to play. On the extra-point attempt, the ball richoted off each upright, but was good.  

Read more about the game on myAJC.com

Photos: Georgia Tech at Virginia on Saturday afternoon

More Tech on myAJC.com:

Steve Hummer’s column from the game

Saturday: Georgia Tech counts the errors of its ways at Virginia

Sugiura’s observations on Tech’s basketball victory

Mark Bradley: Tech gets it right this time

Desmond Branch’s gamble pays off

Questions and answers about Tech’s rules violations

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A trip of a lifetime for basketball team

Josh Pastner’s app saves the day

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