In an observation that should bring a loud, sad “noooooooo…” to the throats of Dawg fans everywhere, Paul Johnson contemplates the autumn of his Georgia Tech years.
Johnson said he didn’t know if he’ll serve out the five years of the deal, at which point he would be 65.
“We’ll see,” he said. “I said I’ll know when it’s not fun any longer. We’ll see. It’s not something I have to do, but as long as you enjoy it and it’s fun, yeah, keep going. I’ve always said I’ll know when it’s time.”
He did say he didn’t see himself coaching as long as former colleague Frank Beamer, who started his final season of coaching at the age of 68.
“That’s, what, eight years? I don’t know about that,” said Johnson, 60.
Why not? I’m sure he’d be just as effective on the recruiting trail at age 68 as he is now.
C’mon, Jackets, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it… or something like that.