Can’t say they didn’t know.

This is some graph.

Somehow, Coach 404 manages to bring up the rear at both schools he coached at.

The obvious move Tech should make, based on that chart, is pretty clear.  Fortunately, this being Georgia Tech we’re talking about, there’s not much of a likelihood they’ll do it.



Filed under Georgia Tech Football, Stats Geek!

34 responses to “Can’t say they didn’t know.

  1. practicaldawg

    Napier doesn’t exactly break the scale on those graphs either. I’m not sure he’s going to be the offensive messiah that Gainesville so desperately wants.

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    • Comin' Down The Track

      Good thing you don’t need to be able to run the ball in the SEC.


      • practicaldawg

        What’s so funny is that net offensive stats were not Mullen’s problem. In fact, Mullen is probably somewhat “generational” at Florida in that regard. He rolled up tons of offense and scored piles of points. He just couldn’t fulfill all the duties of a HC (namely recruiting, coordinator management, and team morale). Napier will probably be a better CEO than Mullen, but I’m highly doubtful that Napier will approach Mullen’s offensive stats.

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  2. GT is an Esports school, not a football school.

    Tuck Fech

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  3. MudCat's Mechanic

    tuck fech!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. uga97

    Odd / random selection of coaches for this analysis any rhyme or reason provided why this guy picked them other than uga trolling with mullet & slingblade?


  5. Temple was coming off back-to-back 10-win seasons when they hired ol’ Geoff, and he only managed to go 7–6 and 8–4. Don’t know why Tech got this idea he was a program-builder.

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  6. Derek

    Its the academics that holds them back.

    They just too fucking smart…

    Liked by 6 people

    • akascuba

      Happily their not smart enough to fix their own house and have a competitive football program.

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      • godawgs1701

        They have fixed the academic problems holding them back. They can’t fix the fact that the majority of their moneyed alumni don’t give a damn about football and they have about as much money as, say, Tulane.

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    • archiecreek

      How smart was Sammy Drummer??
      Honor graduate at the georgia institute of janitorial technology!!



    Let’s make a chart.


  8. Mullen to GT…it’s a perfect fit.

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  9. godawgs1701

    Geoff Collins is a clown and a fraud, and you see it there with the Temple performance much more readily than the Tech performance – coming in with Paul Johnson’s roster on offense there aren’t many coaches who weren’t going to struggle there. I’ll be mad forever that we didn’t get to tee off on his ass in 2020 the way we did in 19 and 21.

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  10. Hogbody Spradlin

    These young whippersnappers are always making the lettering on these charts too small to read! Oy!

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  11. waltergeiger

    i will be 68 this year. i am pretty confident that we will never lose to tech again in my lifetime…and i plan to go to at least 90.

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  12. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    Chadwell’s offense is like a weird baby birthed from the DNA of Johnson and Mullen’s offenses.

    Makes too much sense for the NATS to hire him, so, much like how it made too much sense for Vandy to hire Jeff Monken and win 8 games a year with his version of the triple option and they didn’t do it, I’m gonna guess the Bugs look to the “next hot assistant coach trend,” and hire someone like Clemson’s DB coach or something.

    I’d love for Gee-Off to stay down there in Atlanta, but much like Sideshow Dan the Clown in Jortsville, every hilarious abject failure must eventually come to an end.

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    • Harold Miller

      Why on earth would Chadwell want to work for Tech. There are much better funded programs out there that would love to hire him.


      • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

        Really? Where were they this past year, when there were all those openings at every tier within the P5? Chadwell was overlooked for every single one of those jobs in favor of more “conventional” coaches.


        • I think Chadwell is trying to be choosy. A Go5 coach typically gets one shot and stepping up. Frankly, I’m surprised the Handbags didn’t go after him big time.

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          • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

            There’s choosey, and then there’s not even being in the mix. I only remember a couple of schools Chadwell was maybe in the mix for, but I don’t remember him actually getting any interviews.

            You have to be in the mix to be choosey.