This AJ-C piece on how Georgia Tech’s loss to the Dawgs has affected some of Tech’s current commitments warms the cockles of my withered middle-aged heart.
Denzel McCoy has already learned how to work the excuse game.
“…There were some penalties that weren’t called, too. That had an effect also.”
SEC refs, baby! They’ll cheat you every time, son.
Paul Johnson’s “Georgia hasn’t done anything since 1980” message doesn’t seem to be resonating with his troops.
“I talked to a couple of them I know,” McCoy said. “But you could just tell from their expressions they were upset. It was a hard loss, especially for the seniors because they’re not going to get a chance to play Georgia again. A lot of guys are down about it.”
Said Bostic: “Nobody was in the mood to talk. You could see it on everybody’s faces. Everybody was down and out.”
Get used to it, fellas. This is Georgia Tech football you’re talking about, after all.