Georgia Tech opponents often seek to stop the B-back dive play, a staple of the Yellow Jackets’ offense. So it is, then, that Tech will again look to its B-back to keep that quick-hitting plunge into the line productive and consistent. Two years ago, B-back David Sims was learning the position, having moved from quarterback the previous spring. Last year, he fought injuries before a strong finish.
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