|2000 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|2000 record||9–3 (6–2 ACC)|
|Head coach||George O'Leary (7th season)|
|Offensive coordinator||Ralph Friedgen (4th season)|
|Defensive coordinator||Ted Roof (2nd season)|
|Home stadium||Bobby Dodd Stadium|
|2000 ACC football standings|
|#5 Florida State †||8||–||0||11||–||2|
|#17 Georgia Tech||6||–||2||9||–||3|
|† – BCS representative as champion |
Rankings from AP Poll
The 2000 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team represented the Georgia Institute of Technology in the 2000 NCAA Division I-A football season. The team's coach was George O'Leary. It played its home games at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta.
The Yellow Jackets were scheduled to play Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Virginia in the BCA Classic, but lightning struck around the stadium as the teams were lining up for kickoff. The game eventually was cancelled after a lengthy delay.
|September 2||7:00 PM||UCF*||W 21–17||40,993|
|September 9||8:00 PM||No. 2 Florida State||ABC||L 21–26||46,381|
|September 16||3:30 PM||Navy*||HTS||W 40–13||46,032|
|September 21||8:00 PM||at NC State||ESPN||L 23–30 OT||49,857|
|September 30||3:30 PM||at North Carolina||ABC||W 42–28||52,000|
|October 14||12:00 PM||Wake Forest||JPS||W 52–20||43,829|
|October 21||12:00 PM||Duke||JPS||W 45–10||36,908|
|October 28||3:30 PM||at No. 5 Clemson||ABC||W 31–28||81,734|
|November 9||8:00 PM||Virginia||No. 24||ESPN||W 35–0||41,885|
|November 18||12:00 PM||at Maryland||No. 20||JPS||W 35–22||24,701|
|November 25||12:00 PM||at No. 19 Georgia*||No. 18||CBS||W 27–15||85,912|
|December 31||5:00 PM||vs. LSU*||No. 15||ESPN||L 14–28||73,614|
- "ACC Coach of the Year George O'Leary Steers Rambling Wreck to Fourth Straight Bowl". Georgia Tech Athletic Association. December 7, 2000. http://www.ramblinwreck.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/120700aab.html. Retrieved September 18, 2012.
- "2000-01 Archive". Georgia Tech Athletic Association. http://www.ramblinwreck.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/weekrelease.html. Retrieved September 18, 2012.
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