NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Reggie Ball scored on a 25-yard run on
the first play of overtime and James Butler ended the game with an
interception as Georgia Tech beat Vanderbilt 24-17 Saturday night.
Butler also blocked Tolga Ertugrul's 44-yard field goal attempt
on the final play of regulation.
P.J. Daniels ran for 105 yards as Georgia Tech (2-3) snapped a
two-game losing streak. Ball completed 11 of 22 passes for 108
yards and ran for 103 yards.
Vanderbilt (1-4) lost its third straight. Jay Cutler completed
12 of 23 passes for 148 yards and ran for 61 yards on 15 carries
for the Commodores.
Georgia Tech opened up a 10-0 lead in the first quarter on Dan
Burnett's field goal and Daniels' 2-yard touchdown run.
Vanderbilt answered with McKenzie's 9-yard TD run and Tolga
Ertugrul's 32-yard field goal on the final play of the half.
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