Miami 35, Georgia Tech 10, Nov. 13, 2010 - In a battle of backup quarterbacks, the Hurricanes outgained the Yellow Jackets with 507 total yards, including 277 yards rushing. Tech sophomore quarterback Tevin Washington made his first start in place of the injured Joshua Nesbitt. Washington ran for 122 yards and completed 7 of 16 passes for 101 yards in the 35-10 loss, which was the first time Tech wore blue jerseys in a home game since 1994.
Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 34, Nov. 28, 2010 - The Yellow Jackets were poised to tie the game at 35 after Anthony Allen bulled into the end zone for an 8-yard run with 4:57 remaining. But Scott Blair yanked the extra point wide left, ending a streak of 77 straight PATs and leaving the Bulldogs with a one-point lead. Still, Tech had a chance. Trailing by 8 points Tevin Washington, starting his third straight game in place of injured Joshua Nesbitt, threw an interception with 35 seconds left, ending the Jackets' chances. Georgia won 42-34.
Miami 24, (22) Georgia Tech 7, Oct. 22, 2011 - A banged-up Miami defense held the high-octane Yellow Jackets more than 300 yards and nearly 36 points below their season averages entering the game. The Yellow Jackets, who had been averaging 517 yards of offense, got only 211. In its last 35 games, Georgia Tech has rushed for less than 200 yards only three times, all at Sun Life Stadium -- 95 at Miami in 2009, 143 in the Orange Bowl against Iowa and 134 in this one.
(13) Georgia 31, (23) Georgia Tech 17, Nov. 26, 2011 - Georgia's Aaron Murray threw four touchdown passes. Tech's Tevin Washington threw a pair of interceptions. Tech rushed for 243 yards out of the triple-option against the nation's second-ranked run defense, but just 79 came after halftime. The result: (13) Georgia 31, (23) Georgia Tech 17.
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Miami 42, Georgia Tech 36, Sept. 22, 2012 - After Miami established a 19-0 lead, Georgia Tech scored 36 unanswered points, aided by quarterback Tevin Washington's three touchdowns. The Hurricanes, however, did no stay quiet. Miami scored the final 23 points, tying the game with 27 seconds left in regulation. Miami stopped the Jackets in overtime at the 2-yard line, and escaped with the 42-36 win in Atlanta.
Georgia 41, Georgia Tech 34 (OT), Nov. 30, 2013 - Georgia Tech, which usually emphasizes the run in its spread-option offense, instead attacked Georgia through the air. Vad Lee passed for a career-high 232 yards for the Yellow Jackets. Georgia, however, rallied after trailing by 20 points in the first half to beat Georgia Tech 41-34 in overtime in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech 28, Miami 17, Oct. 4, 2014 - Miami's freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya couldn't overcome an interception that Tech safety Isaiah Johnson jumped to pick off at the Jackets' 10-yard line late in the second quarter. Tech's Deon Hill ran 8 yards for a decisive touchdown on fourth down, Zach Laskey rushed a career-high 29 times for 133 yards and Georgia Tech stayed unbeaten (5-0) with a 28-17 victory over Miami before 52,211 fans on a Saturday night in Atlanta.
(16) Georgia Tech 30, (9) Georgia 24 (OT), Nov. 29, 2014 - Georgia Tech snapped a five-game losing streak to the Bulldogs, winning in overtime 30-24 in front of 92,746 in Athens. Kicker Harrison Butker made a 53-yard field goal as time expired to force overtime - a first at Sanford Stadium - and defensive back D.J. White picked off a pass in the extra period to secure the Jackets’ win. Tech and Georgia finished ranked in the Top 25.
Miami 38, Georgia Tech 21, Nov. 21, 2015 - Broderick Snoddy, Clinton Lynch and Matthew Jordan had rushing scores for Georgia Tech (3-8, 1-7), which lost starting quarterback Justin Thomas to injury in the first quarter. Snoddy's touchdown gave the Yellow Jackets a 7-0 lead, and then Miami scored the next 31 points en route to a 38-21 win in Miami Gardens.
2015 - Georgia 13, Georgia Tech 7, Nov. 28, 2015 - Tech trailed 7-0 at halftime, marking its first scoreless first half since a November 2008 matchup at North Carolina. The Jackets were held to 276 yards of total offense, including 194 on the ground, by their in-state rivals. This would be Richt's final game coaching the Bulldogs. He finished 13-2 as Georgia's head coach against Georgia Tech.