ATLANTA (AP) -- Quarterback Tevin Washington says Georgia Tech had its best summer camp in his five years on campus.
He also believes the Yellow Jackets' offense needs all the good vibes it can muster.
With the season opener at No. 16 Virginia Tech on Monday, Georgia Tech is still installing plays for a defense that returns nine starters and finished 10th nationally in average total yards allowed.
Virginia Tech has won the last two series matchups and four of the last five. It's a meaningful trend -- since 2005, the Georgia Tech-Virginia Tech winner has earned the Coastal Division title and played in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson has yet to announce who will start at B-back and both receiver spots in his triple-option attack.
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