Georgia Tech’s passing game: a legacy of excellence

I got my copy of Steele today, so bear with me as I inundate you with odd stats over the next few days.

Like this one:  did you know that since 2004, Georgia Tech hasn’t had a single season in which it completed more than 50% of its passing attempts?  The high water point was a 49.3% mark in 2007.

It’s a real shame that Reggie Ball never played for Paul Johnson, that’s all I’ve got to say.



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7 responses to “Georgia Tech’s passing game: a legacy of excellence

  1. The Tick

    we need an open date before the nerds so we can drill against the option.

    they need an open date before us so they can work on the wheel route pass.


  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Reggie didn’t need to play for the Johnson. He earned the bagel against Georgia anyway.


  3. gatriguy

    Paul Johnson has bigger fish to fry than teaching the forward pass. Now you better zip it, before he pulls your scholarship offer and punches you in the face.


  4. Go Dawgs!

    It’s the players’ fault. Paul’s offense is perfect.


  5. Spike

    Who says it is a high school offense?


  6. retwely

    Paul Johnson doesn’t care at all what the press says, and he will prove this by discussing what the press says repeatedly.