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Safety Jeremy Cash led the Blue Devils with 12 tackles and two forced fumbles as Duke defeated No. 20 Georgia Tech 34-20 Saturday at Wallace Wade Stadium.
Freshman wide receiver T.J. Rahming hauled in an 11-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to help Duke build a 19-10 halftime lead against No. 20 Georgia Tech.
Redshirt sophomore Joseph Ajeigbe’s eight carries for 53 yards helped the Blue Devils upend Georgia Tech last year in Atlanta.
Containing Georgia Tech quarterback Justin Thomas will be crucial to a Duke victory Saturday.
After three straight trips to the postseason, the Blue Devils are looking to take the next leap forward.
After holding both of its first two opponents below 60 yards rushing, the Blue Devil run defense will get a tough test in trying to slow down Northwestern running back Justin Jackson.