ATLANTA (AP) — Geoff Collins knew Georgia Tech’s rainy day would come.

The coach had the Yellow Jackets prepared.

Jeff Sims threw a go-ahead 19-yard scoring pass to Jahmyr Gibbs midway through the fourth quarter and Georgia Tech rallied from a two-touchdown deficit to beat Louisville 46-27 on Friday night.

On a rainy night, Louisville running backs lost three fumbles while Georgia Tech did not commit a turnover. Collins looked back to preseason practices when he had his offense work in the rain.

“Even though we have a great indoor facility, we intentionally in the season when we experienced rain we would make the offense go out and practice in the rain,” Collins said.

Gibbs said the wet practices are common.

“We practice in the rain all the time,” Gibbs said. “When it rains