For some reason, Georgia Tech threw the ball 33 times in yesterday’s spring game. The good news is that Paul Johnson may be grooming the heir to Reggie Ball.
… Washington, who largely met coaches’ expectations this spring, had a forgettable afternoon. He threw three interceptions, lost two fumbles, took three sacks and completed 10 of 26 passes.
It was bad enough that Jeff Schultz wasn’t being totally facetious in suggesting that Tech may have found a quarterback in Washington’s backup, who was a stellar 2-7 without any interceptions.
Of course it’s possible that Tech is suddenly a top ten team on defense…
Oh, as a bonus, Tech’s kickers missed all three of their field goal attempts.