It was quite the day for Boston College football.
Thomas Castellanos racked up over 400 yards total, Kye Robichaux had 165 on the ground, the BC defense had three interceptions and the Eagles piled on 38 points that included 21 fourth-quarter points en route to the victory at Georgia Tech.
BC went into the fourth quarter down 23-17, but Robichaux opened the quarter with a two-yard touchdown run for the lead before Castellanos would take a 45-yard run to the end zone. Two plays into the GT drive Elijah Jones then picked off Hayden King, his second interception of the game, and on the very next play, Robichaux ran 57 yards down to the three-yard line and then punched it in for the score, sealing the 38-23 win.
Castellanos had a 12-yard touchdown run earlier in the game while Amari Jackson had a pick six that he miraculously caught with one hand. Liam Connor went 1-of-2 on field goals. Lewis Bond had a team-best five receptions for 72 yards on Castellanos' 17-for-29/255 through the air and 21 carries for 165 on the ground.
BC is now 2-2 in the ACC and 4-3 on the season. They'll take on UConn as they return home Saturday.