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Updated Bulldog Football Notebook

Senior LB Jamar Chaney

A year ago the Bulldog defense did what they could in a week to prepare for Georgia Tech's running attack, and failed to slow them at all. The Yellow Jackets stayed on the ground for 54 of their 62 offensive snaps and netted 438 yards of rushing. State will see some too-familiar faces again this year, particularly quarterback Josh Nesbitt and B-back Jonathan Dwyer.

They also have some too-familiar statistics through four games. Together the tandem already have 636 rushing yards and five touchdowns between them. "Georgia Tech is coming in with a really power running game," Coach Dan Mullen said. "They believe in their system, they execute very well, they like to try to control the tempo of the game." It's a scheme Mullen also calls "unique" in most aspects... Recommended Stories