Georgia Tech Football vs USF: Five Storylines to watch on Saturday

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ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 1: Ramblin’ Wreck of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets enters the field prior to their game against the Alcorn State Braves at Bobby Dodd Stadium on September 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Michael Chang/Getty Images)

Georgia Tech Football takes on the South Florida Bulls on Saturday as they look to go 2-0 on the season and here are five storylines to watch for on Saturday.

Last week, we provided a few storylines to watch for in the Yellow Jackets season opener against Alcorn State. We asked how would the Yellow Jackets defense perform in their first game under Nate Woody, how TaQuon Marshall would throw the ball after a full offseason to work on it, and who would become the Yellow Jackets next top receiving threat.

This weekend, we have a few a few more storylines to watch for, some that will have repercussions through the rest of the season and some that will live and die with the game on Saturday.

The biggest storyline that we didn’t cover however is will the Yellow Jackets get to 2-0 on the season and get their selves a third of the way to bowl eligibility after missing bowl games in two of the last three seasons.

That being said, let’s delve into our five takeaways for Saturday’s game between Georgia Tech and USF.

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