Get me outta here, Coach.

Well, this answers one question.

Yes, even for a tight end, there are worse places to be than Georgia Tech.



Filed under Georgia Tech Football, Randy Edsall Is A Dick

12 responses to “Get me outta here, Coach.

  1. 81Dog

    Well, at least the weather is nicer at Tech.


  2. Bulldog Joe

    For Edsall, what is the contract incentive for transfers?

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  3. Russ

    As you said, being one of the first on the roster guarantees playing time. Unless he can’t hack “survey of mathematics”, or “history of technology”.


  4. The Dawg abides

    I can’t figure out things here. A massive roster overhaul is required, and Collins seems to be behind already. Haven’t heard of any staff hired yet, but he’s announced nobody from Johnson’s staff is being retained. Then they end up signing the entire class that was committed to the previous staff, including two option qb’s. I’m sure they’re going to have to get a transfer qb to play the style Collins wants. No wonder they gave him seven years. Gonna be a long transition. You can’t flip a roster at a place like tech as quickly as other places.


    • stoopnagle

      Three words: Seven. Year. Contract.


    • Bulldog Joe

      I saw GT signee Jordan Yates play several times this season, including the 7A state championship victory in MBS, where he went 13 of 23 passing for 178.

      They ran the spread offense and he can throw accurately. At GT, he just needs some talented receivers.


  5. stoopnagle

    I didn’t think I’d get to do this today, but here it goes:

    Georgia Tech Recruiting: LOL.


  6. Olde Dawg 78

    I would quit football before I transfer to fech. Per Lewis Grizzard, if I had a brother in prison and one at tech, I would get my brother out of tech first.


    • Opelikadawg

      Yet the fact that this guy would rather play there than at Connecticut tells you all you need to know about Randy Edsall.


  7. Jeff Sanchez

    +1 for that fantastic Ben Folds deep cut


  8. UGA '97

    Jared choice of tweet words: tying for 2nd place = “setting a record”? Come to GA Tech, the place where records were not meant to be broken?