Hacking. Paul Johnson, M.D. and coach at Georgia Tech, read the diagnostics quickly enough in firing Al Groh six games into the season. Clearly a fan of amputation, Dr. Johnson performed the operation after the Georgia Tech defense gave up more than 40 points in three straight games. This stretch included a 49-28 loss to Middle Tennessee State, whose only other 40-point game came against Memphis. This alone justifies the amputation. Proceed with your practice, Coach Johnson.
Question: Where have all the B-backs gone?
""I don’t believe that," he said. "There’s a lot of stuff that goes on there when you’re trying to gang tackle. Helmets come off all the time and there’s no one that’s trying to intentionally rip a guy’s helmet off to get him out of the game . . . During the game, during practice, we don’t advocate that. We don’t teach that. We didn’t even think about doing anything close to that.""
Right. Because it just so happens to be the same guy's helmet that comes off, at the same part of the field, on multiple occasions. As an IE, I can promise you that this isn't statistically impossible, but I CAN promise you that it's statistically unlikely and make an educated guess that there's some solid BS in this quote.
Reservations. It is difficult to compare Tevin Washington to Reggie Ball, and deeply unfair. Washington played a fine game, and made one really ill-advised throw in a clutch situation at the end. Really, all they will ever have in common is an alma mater, a position, and breathing oxygen. Then again, somewhere in NASA, there is an aerospace engineer who makes a mathematical mistake, forgets to carry a one, and then places his head in his hands as an errant rocket crashes into the Pacific instead of soaring into orbit. And at that moment, a circuit panel pops out, and a Georgia fan hiding behind that panel yells out, "JUST LIKE REGGIE BALL GO DAWGS." It just happens now in these situations, and there is nothing Tevin Washington or the world can do about it.
"That’s going to be a position by committee. You’ll probably see two or three different guys play there."
"you can keep your morals and bcs record of 2-13. #notwinningisfun said no one ever"
"Is there a parade, possibly, for all the big fatties?"
- Jay Finch, on being named to the Rimington Trophy Watch List. The award is given each year to the nation's top center.
"Funny...I've been told that this never happened. #ACCKickoff pic.twitter.com/tmnSef7B"
"[Julian Burnett is] probably not going to play [this season due to an undisclosed injury]. I'm sure it's really tough on him. He's a heck of a competitor and a great football player, but there are bigger things in life than football. You have to be safe." - Coach Paul Johnson (Source: http://www.cbssports.com/collegefootball/rapid-reports/post/18067912)
From Georgia Tech...after basketball, his dream is to become a rodeo clown...JARRETT JACK!