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ACC Game Recaps, Rankings, Top Players Week 4









ACC scores, quick recaps, thoughts, and ranking of all the Week 4 college football games.
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Syracuse 37, Georgia Tech 20

– Sean Tucker ran for two touchdowns on the way to a 17-0 Syracuse lead in the first quarter, and the team never trailed from there. Tommy DeVito threw two long touchdown passes to Taj Harris and Nykeim Johnson, and a Trill Williams pick six sealed the win.

– Georgia Tech pushed back, getting it to 23-20 n the third quarter on a Jamious Griffin touchdown run, but the Orange scores 14 unanswered points.

– A problem over the first two games, the Syracuse offensive line played better. It only allowed one sack and powered for 163 rushing yards and two scores.

Player of the Game: Syracuse RB Sean Tucker ran 24 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns.

Stat of the Game: Georgia Tech turned the ball over five times and was flagged 15 times for 104 yards. Syracuse gave it up once and was flagged seven times for 85 yards.

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Pitt 23, Louisville 20

– Pitt got to 3-0 with the defense sacking Malik Cunningham seven times and coming up with three picks including the game-sealer with Louisville trying to drive late down 23-20. Cunningham completed 9-of-21 passes for 107 yards and a touchdown with those three interceptions, and he got hurt on the final play with an undisclosed injury.

– Kenny Pickett threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers – highlighted by a 40-yarder to Taysir Mack to take back the lead for good late in the third quarter – but he had a hard time hanging on to the ball. He only lost one fumble, but he kept putting it on the turf.

– Alex Kessman hit three field goals – all from over 40 yards – for Pitt.

Player of the Game: Pitt DE Patrick Jones tied for the team lead with six tackles with three sacks.

Stat of the Game: Third Down Conversions: Pitt 9-of-19 – Louisville 1-11









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