BOISE, Idaho (Ticker) -- P.J. Daniels did not treat Tulsa nicely in the Humanitarian Bowl.
Daniels ran for 307 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries as Georgia Tech rolled over the Golden Hurricane, 52-10.
Jermaine Hatch scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and Chris Woods added one for the Yellow Jackets (7-6), who scored 35 points off six Tulsa fumbles to help the Atlantic Coast Conference improve to 5-1 in bowl games.
Georgia Tech held just a 10-3 lead before Daniels scored from one yard out with 9:13 left in the third quarter. After Tulsa quarterback James Kilian lost a fumble at the Golden Hurricane 8, Woods scored on a two-yard run to make it 24-3 with 7:06 remaining in the period.
Daniels added TD runs of 33 and 38 yards to make it 38-3 with 14:10 remaining, with the latter score coming one play after a fumble by Tulsa running back Jermaine Landrum.
Tulsa (8-5), which had a national-best seven-win improvement from last season under first-year coach Steve Kragthorpe, was limited to minus-56 rushing yards on 26 attempts.
The Yellow Jackets ran 54 times for 371 yards.
Georgia Tech's Reggie Ball, the ACC Freshman of the Year, suffered a hip pointer and sat out most of the second half. He completed 4-of-10 passes for 16 yards, while backup A.J. Suggs went 2-of-2 for 5 yards.
Kilian was 11-of-21 for 97 yards for Tulsa, and backup Paul Smith went 6-of-6 for 103 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown to Garrett Mills with 6:45 remaining.