MIAMI, Fla. -- With Iowa leading 17-7 and time running out in the third quarter, it's time to see Georgia Tech quarterback Josh Nesbitt start throwing the ball. So far he's done it three times. Granted, defensive end Adrian Clayborn has had a role in that, but it was clear in the first half that Iowa figured out how to defend Paul Johnson's spread option. Now it's time for Georgia Tech to start mixing it up a bit more. Nesbitt can throw. He's proven that this season. But he's better at doing it when he's not being pressured to.