The season-ending injury to Jalen Camp seemed to have hurt the Jackets, and while it isn’t a good thing, his replacement Adonicas Sanders has been incredible with his increased playing time. Since assuming a larger role, Sanders has been a top target of James Graham, and has kept the Yellow Jacket offense going in crucial situations. Sanders seems to work hard and strives to get better each day, which is especially necessary in, “a culture built on effort” that Geoff Collins preaches about. Keep up the good work, Adonicas!
This article does a good job of summarizing some of the key things that have stood out for the Jackets throughout the season so far. There has been some good, and some very bad, as the team continues to grow and develop under the new staff. In my opinion, the team has looked better in every single game, and has shown resilience throughout the tough times. There are winnable games on the schedule in the last month of the season, and although bowl eligibility will be a stretch, 4-5 wins is completely doable.
Neither of the teams in the Tech-Miami game last Saturday seemed like they wanted to win. Tech had a large amount of penalties, and Miami was just not playing well at all. The way the game ended was crazy, but none of that matters because the Jackets came away with the upset victory (and a cover). This win should put some spirit and resolve into the team and coaching staff to finish the season strong. Let’s hope some of that shows starting against Pittsburgh next week.
The Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball team had an interesting offseason, to say the least. But it’s a new era on The Flats, and so you’ll definitely want to get out and see some games. The team could surprise people this year, they usually run good promotions, and it’s a cheap way to have some fun. The women’s first home game is on October 30 against the Clayton State Cougars.
The only players with a TD pass of 40 yards or more at Hard Rock Stadium in 2019:— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) October 19, 2019
- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson
- Georgia Tech punter Pressley Harvin III
Pressley Harvin III is the best player on Georgia Tech’s roster. That’s all I have to say.
Question of the Day: What are your thoughts on the Georgia Tech WR corps so far this season?