Scott Sisson - College Career

College Career

Scott Sisson's most notable kick as a college football player was a field goal which secured Georgia Tech's win over previously #1 ranked Virginia during the UVA homecoming game on November 3, 1990. The win resulted in wild partying on the Georgia Tech campus including spontaneous bonfires, and set the stage for Georgia Tech's #1 ranking in that season's final UPI poll (with the AP poll going to Colorado), turning Sisson into a campus hero. Georgia Tech was undefeated that year, having previously tied North Carolina, in contrast to the AP's #1 pick of Colorado which had lost one game that season. Georgia Tech's victory over UVA and Sisson's success on the field brought extra attention to Georgia Tech special teams.

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