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How to watch Georgia Tech vs. Duke.

By SI Wire
September 21, 2015

Georgia Tech enters Saturday’s game after dropping their first of the game of the season 30–22 to Notre Dame. Their rushing attack (377 yards per game) wasn’t quite as present as it’s been all season, going for 216 yards and a score on 47 carries. That could be an issue against a Duke squad that’s done a good job of limiting yardage on defense.

Duke’s season numbers on offense (504 yards per game)might be inflated after a couple easy games to begin the year, but against No. 23 Northwestern last week, the Blue Devils defense held its own. The Wildcats managed only 271 yards and turned the ball over twice. The Blue Devils opened the week as nine-point underdogs, but this game may wind up being considerably closer if their defense comes to play again.

How to watch

Details for Saturday’s game are below.

Kickoff: Noon ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV Coverage: ESPN2

Radio: For a list of Georgia Tech affiliates, click hereFor a list of Duke radio affiliates, click here.

Team Schedules (all times ET)

Georgia Tech:

Sept. 3: vs. Alcorn State (W 69–9)

Sept. 12: vs. Tulane (W 65–10)

Sept. 19: at Notre Dame (L, 30–22)

Sept. 26: at Duke (Noon, ESPN2)

Oct. 3: vs. North Carolina

Oct. 10: at Celmson 

Oct. 17: vs. Pittsburgh 

Oct. 24: vs. Florida State 

Oct. 31: at Virginia 

Nov. 12: vs. Virginia Tech

Nov. 21: at Miami (FL) 

Nov. 28: vs. Georgia 


Sept. 3: at Tulane (W, 37–7)

Sept. 12: vs. North Carolina Central (W, 55–0)

Sept. 19: vs. Northwestern (L, 19–10)

Sept. 26: vs. Georgia Tech (Noon, ESPN2)

Oct. 3: vs. Boston College 

Oct. 10: at Army (Noon ET, CBS Sports Network)

Oct. 24: at Virginia Tech 

Oct. 31: vs. Miami 

Nov. 7: at North Carolina

Nov. 14: vs. Pittsburgh

Nov. 21: at Virginia 

Nov. 28: at Wake Forest

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