By the numbers: Georgia Tech vs. Miami

Justin Thomas was 5-for-8 for 90 yards on third downs against Boston College. (Patrick Bolger/Getty Images)

Justin Thomas was 5-for-8 for 90 yards on third downs against Boston College. (Patrick Bolger/Getty Images)

A by-the-numbers look at Georgia Tech’s (3-1, 1-1 ACC) game against Miami (3-0) on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

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Touchdowns allowed by Miami’s defense this season in wins against Florida A&M, Florida Atlantic and Appalachian State.

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Categories Miami’s defense leads FBS in this season: team tackles for loss (13.3), scoring defense (7.7) and sacks (4.4).

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On Miami’s all-time passing list is Brad Kaaya with 7,130 yards. Ken Dorsey is the school’s all-time leader with 9,565 yards.

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Sacks by Georgia Tech’s defense this season. Miami has allowed two.

7.7

Average points per game allowed by Miami this season.

14.3

Average points per game allowed by Georgia Tech this season.

24.3

Points per game averaged by Georgia Tech’s offense.

51

Points per game averaged by Miami’s offense.

195

Rushing yards by Miami’s opponents this season.

200

Games as a head coach for Mark Richt when Saturday’s kicks off. He has a career record of 148-51.

217.3

Total yards allowed per game by Miami this season.

339.3

Total yards allowed per game by Georgia Tech this season.

816

Rushing yards for Miami this season. Mark Walton leads the team with an average of 133.7 yards per game. Joe Yearby is averaging 85.3 yards per game.

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