Thoughts From A Temporary Ex-Pat: Presbyterian

ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 8: Members of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Cheerleaders celebrate after the game against the Presbyterian Blue Hose at Bobby Dodd Stadium on September 8, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

It's Tuesday and I'm in Frankfurt, Germany sitting in the sweatbox of an office. I'm right about 2 quarters into the game on the WorldWideLeader Internet Subscription Service and I am quickly losing all track of the hours in the days. The build up to a much bigger game against the Virginia Cavaliers is quickly taking over my mind and I've seen enough of the Vad Lee highlights to understand the hype. I think we tackled those paper dolls rather well and my question looms over my mind...should I make sure I finish watching the game or should I move on and anticipate the 'Hoos?

Of course I'll keep watching! Because it's GEORGIA TECH FOOTBALL!....and I cannot hide from Paul Johnson

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via cdn2.sbnation.com

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