ATLANTA (AP) — Duke and Georgia Tech never expected to be handed impromptu training camps in the middle of their seasons.

Each team is impatient to play a game.

Finally, the long wait is over for the Blue Devils and Yellow Jackets after delays of three and four weeks, respectively, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Duke will visit Georgia Tech on Saturday night in a matchup of teams eager to play despite their combined total of only three ACC wins.

Duke (2-6, 1-6 Atlantic Coast Conference) will play for the first time since a 56-24 loss to North Carolina on Nov. 7.

At least the Blue Devils have played this month. Georgia Tech (2-5, 2-4) has not played since a 31-13 loss to Notre Dame on Oct. 31.

Georgia Tech says this is the school’s longest gap between regular-season games in 120