Graduated from The Institute in 2013 with a Bachelor's in Industrial Engineering, working now in the great state of Texas. #1 disciple of Paul Johnson. I also claim allegiance to Louisville (it's a family thing). Fraternity man, sports fan, and connoisseur of craft beers.
Despite a Lack of Involvement, the 2021 “Coaching Carousel” is Teaching Us Something About Georgia Tech
There’s a lot to be learned by watching the actions of other athletic programs.
There’s a not-great phenomenon we’re seeing on the Yellow Jackets’ defense.
Georgia Tech may not win many more games this year, but there’s still some clear ways that they can show us improvement.
Development of this program is taking a long time, and some of it may be related to ongoing development within this coaching staff.
With what we’ve seen so far this season, I’m getting less sure of what to think.
It doesn’t always have to be about the final score when looking for positive signs of development.
For Yellow Jackets everywhere, today is about more than just the uniforms on the field and the merchandise in stores.