Well, you can go back to the tape from last year and watch. If you do, you'll notice two things. First, Miami killed Georgia Tech at the point of attack. The Jackets absolutely could not run the dive without Miami's interior linemen caving on the fullback after a yard. This, in turn, forced the Jackets out to the perimeter where Miami's speed was more of an asset but, more importantly, kept Tech in long yardage situations in second and third downs.You'll also notice that Miami's defense was incredibly fast downhill. Denzel Perryman routinely knifed into Tech's backfield and blew plays up, which itself was a reprisal of Sean Spence's stellar game in Atlanta in 2010.