Georgia Tech B-back Marcus Allen rushes against the Mercer Bears in the first half at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday, September 10, 2016. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

Georgia Tech-Pittsburgh: Inside the numbers

2.02/1.69 Tech’s offensive and defensive points per possession, according to bcftoys.com. The offense is ranked 75th and the defense is 32nd.

56 The length, in yards, of Pitt kicker Chris Blewitt’s game-winning field goal with 1:11 to play in last year’s game, a 31-28 Panthers win. Only four longer field goals have been made against Tech, three when kicking tees were legal.

159 Career-high rushing yardage for B-back Marcus Marshall in last year’s game.

10 Juniors or seniors in Pitt’s defensive starting lineup (one player is a co-starter).

39.8 Pitt’s scoring average in the past four games, its highest average over a four-game stretch in 10 years.

178 Tech kicker Harrison Butker’s career total of extra points, on 180 attempts. Butker ranks sixth in ACC history.

5 Road games (not counting neutral-site) that Tech has lost in a row – Notre Dame, Duke, Clemson, Virginia and Miami.

36.0 Average yardage on Pitt returner Quadree Henderson’s 11 kick returns

7.5/5 Sacks by Pitt defensive end Ejuan Price and by Tech.

169.9/124.9 Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman’s passing efficiency rating in the first half and second half.

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