ATLANTA (AP) -Georgia Tech will play Fresno State in the Humanitarian Bowl in Boise, Idaho.
Georgia Tech will be playing in its 11th straight bowl game, but without a permanent head coach. The Yellow Jackets fired Chan Gailey after the season and have not hired his replacement.
It will be the second meeting of the two teams in five years. Fresno State beat Georgia Tech 30-21 in the 2002 Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose, Calif.
The Yellow Jackets will make their second bowl appearance in Boise. In 2004, Georgia Tech beat Tulsa 52-10.

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