Georgia Tech-Pittsburgh: Inside the numbers

Georgia Tech quarterback Justin Thomas cleared 2,000 rushing yards for his career in Saturday’s loss to Pittsburgh. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

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Georgia Tech quarterback Justin Thomas cleared 2,000 rushing yards for his career in Saturday’s loss to Pittsburgh. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

0 Tech's turnover total, the first time this season the Yellow Jackets have not turned the ball over.

2 Years in a row that Pittsburgh kicker Chris Blewitt has made the game-winner in the final minutes or seconds against the Jackets. Last year, he made a school-record 56-yarder with 1:11 remaining to lift Pitt over Tech at Bobby Dodd Stadium 31-28.

5 Consecutive ACC road losses by the Jackets, dating back to the 2015 season.

5 Also, Tech's penalty county, a season high.

6/11 Pitt's third-down conversion performance. The Panthers were 2-for-6 in the second half.

10 Tackles by Tech cornerback Lance Austin, which were a team high and a career high.

48 Games that had passed since Tech last returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

74 The yardage of Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman's touchdown pass to tight end Scott Orndoff, the longest pass play against Tech since Clemson hit a 76-yarder against the Jackets in 2013.

215 Pittsburgh's rushing yardage, the most gained on the ground against Tech since the Virginia game last season. Pitt's 5.1 yards-per-carry average was also a season high for Tech. Pitt has cleared 200 yards five games in a row.

2,014 Justin Thomas' career rushing yardage after gaining 55 yards against Pitt. Thomas became the third Tech quarterback, following Joshua Nesbitt (2,806) and Tevin Washington (2,225), to reach 2,000.