ATLANTA -- LSU brought in Rohan Davey to spark its offense in the Peach Bowl. Georgia Tech couldn't call on Ralph Friedgen. Davey, replacing Josh Booty at quarterback in the second half, threw three touchdown passes to lead LSU to a 28-14 upset of the No. 15 Yellow Jackets on Friday. George Godsey and the Tech offense was lost without Friedgen, the mastermind of its point-scoring success over the last three seasons. He left to become the head coach at Maryland shortly after the final regular-season game.