Johnson not yet sure what to make of his 2017 Jackets

    Antonio Simmons (93) celebrates after a sack vs. North Carolina on Sept. 30. (Luke Hetrick, WGXA)<p>{/p}

    ATLANTA, Ga. -- Coming off of a bye last week, the Georgia Tech yellow jackets have their hands full this week with the 11th ranked Miami Hurricanes.

    The Jackets have been hot lately. After dropping a heart-breaker to Tennessee to begin their season, they've rattle off three straight wins and are winning by an average score of 35 to eight.

    While their competition the last three games may not be the best, coach Paul Johnson is still not sure what to make of his 2017 Ramblin' Wreck.

    "I think that we're still a little bit of an enigma," said Johnson on Tuesday. "I mean usually you know by this time of the year but we've only played four games. Other than the first game which we kind of gift wrapped and gave away, most of the others we've gotten out in front and had pretty good wins so it's hard to tell where we are."

    Georgia Tech and Miami kickoff from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens at 3:30 PM.

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