Yeah, like the Georgia game that year, when Johnson managed a whopping 44 yards on five catches with no touchdowns and a long gain of 10 yards. Can’t believe ol’ Chan doesn’t mention that one.
Category Archives: Georgia Tech Football
- You may be in a transitional year when you replace your scout team with a “developmental team“. (To be fair, I think this is a good idea.)
- Seth Emerson’s look at Jordan Davis ($$) makes the point that it’s not his size but his speed that makes him freakish.
- Sagarin’s 2019 starting ratings have the Dawgs sixth. Interestingly, he favors every team he ranks ahead of Georgia to win a game played in Athens.
- Derek Mason gets tricky for Vandy’s opener against Georgia.
- Rock M Nation admiringly previews the Georgia-Missouri game.
- Does anyone in college football have a tougher job this season than Georgia Tech’s offensive coordinator?
- Here’s Jake Rowe’s latest stab at Georgia’s defensive depth chart. David Marshall’s post-surgery situation seems concerning.
- Another parent questions Michigan’s response to a transfer waiver request.
- My first thought on hearing that Auburn named a true freshman its starting quarterback yesterday…
Sprinkled with Georgia practice notes, for extra flavor!
- David Ching surveys the 2020 SEC schedules and comes up with the same observation I did: “Perhaps it’s way too early to make this claim with any confidence, but Florida appears right now to have the SEC’s easiest 2020 schedule.”
- Georgia’s placed three on PFF’s 50 best college players list.
- The Red & Black takes a peek at Georgia’s secondary.
- Pete Fiutak predicts Clemson won’t cover the spread against Georgia Tech.
- A couple of true freshmen are turning heads in practice.
- Chip Towers stokes the Zamir White hype.
- The SEC has eight returning starters at quarterback and could have as many as five graduate transfers leading offenses.
- Jeremiah Holloman has found a new home.
A veritable smorgasbord for you…
- Here’s the entire 2020 schedule for the SEC. Don’t laugh at this, but the biggest roadblock to Georgia’s winning the division next season may be Florida’s schedule, which is a little on the light side.
- Turning to this season, Tennessee just lost its most experienced defensive lineman, who suffered a torn ACL.
- The Vols also had a returning offensive lineman up and walk out the door. Not a good day in Knoxville.
- Once Florida’s 2019 star signee, Chris Steele got his transfer waiver to play for USC this season.
- The NCAA can’t bring itself to accommodate gamblers, declines to implement standardized injury reports.
- SI’s preseason Top 25 has the usual suspects occupying the top four slots.
- The Zooker is back, baybee!
- A presidential candidate advocates paying college players.
- According to Mark Bradley, Geoff Collins has a tough act to follow. Talk about a way to make me instantly sympathize with Collins…
We’ve all directed our fair share of mockery Geoff Collins’ way, so it’s only right to point out that with yesterday’s commitment of a four-star wide receiver from Florida, Georgia Tech currently stands a respectable 23rd in the 247Sports Composite.
No, that’s not a recipe for a national championship run, and, yes, there’s still a long way to go until December, but you’ve got to start somewhere and I’d say finishing better than any year since 2007 would qualify for that.
Funny how, despite all the protestations to the contrary from the Stingtalk folks, academics aren’t an insurmountable roadblock to bringing in a functional signing class at the Flats. Maybe all it takes is a coach who doesn’t act like he’s allergic to recruiting.
Dayum. Tech cares about your groin. Passionately.
And then there are days when there’s a thread topic called “How many years before GT is competitive with UGA“.