MURFREESBORO, TN - Tevin Washington threw for two long touchdowns and ran for two scores, and Georgia Tech pounded Middle Tennessee State 49-21 Saturday night.
The Yellow Jackets (2-0), who took a 28-0 second-quarter lead, scored on their first scrimmage play when Washington hit Tony Zenon down the left sideline for a 73-yard touchdown.
Georgia Tech then went to the ground for all 17 plays on its next possession, a 98-yard drive. Tech took 9:25 off the clock before Washington scored on a 2-yard keeper for a 14-0 lead.
After a missed field goal by Middle Tennessee (0-2), Georgia Tech scored on the next play, a 71-yarder from Washington to Stephen Hill.
The Yellow Jackets finished with 596 total yards, 382 on the ground. Washington left in the third quarter after completing 5 of 8 for 202 yards, while Davis Sims and backup QB Synjyn Days led Tech's rushers with 91 yards each.