"When asked if Georgia Tech’s seniors had anything to say to the other players on the plane ride back from Kansas, Johnson said he’d rather see the players lead with their actions on the field"
“It’s easy to talk. I don’t want to see anybody talking,” he said. “I tell them, ‘Show me, don’t tell me.’ We’ll see what they can do on Saturday."
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*I still maintain that blocking is Georgia Tech's biggest weakness right now on offense
*“We’ve played two games now, and it’s never as good or as bad as it seems; either way,” Johnson said. “When you win, it’s probably not as good as it should be and when we lost, well, it’s probably not as bad.”
He had to be hot after the loss, but now Johnson needs his team to recollect and focus on the next task at hand.Macon Telegraph has more
*Georgia Tech is hoping to avoid back-to-back losses for the first time in the Paul Johnson era. The Yellow Jackets have not lost consecutive games since the final regular season game and bowl game in 2007. Tech is 7-0 under Johnson following a loss. The Yellow Jackets have won both ACC openers under Johnson and five of their last six.
This and another notes on the UNC-Georgia Tech game.
*Former Texas Tech head coach Mike Leach compares his offense to Paul Johnson's (audio - link will open window to listen)
*“If I am going to send my son to Georgia Tech, I want to know that [Hewitt] will be there,” said Royal’s father, Charles. “You hear all kinds of things from the man on the street, so we asked him about everything we could think of.”
Basketball coach Paul Hewitt had an in home visit with one of the top prospects in the state, Julian Royal. UGA head coach Mark Fox visited the next night and Royal has already visited Athens and will visit Tech and Wake Forest.