DETROIT -- It was Nov. 8, 1980, and coach Bill Curry's hapless Georgia Tech team was hosting a powerful and undefeated Notre Dame club.
Lengthening the odds of an upset, Curry lost his starting quarterback in the first quarter and, as he recalled Sunday evening, his No. 2 signal caller limped off the field for good in the second quarter -- with the Yellow Jackets backed up to their own 4-yard line.
At which point Curry turned to a callow freshman from Augusta, Ga., who came to Tech as ...
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