Saturday, December 4, 2010

Why Is Tevin Washington Already Being Written Off As Georgia Tech's Starting QB

Many times the most popular player on a football team is the backup quarterback.  Georgia Tech’s backup QB at the start of the season never got to experience such fandom as the starter Joshua Nesbitt was a fan favorite.

However against Virginia Tech, Nesbitt broke his arm forcing Washington into action.  Many Tech fans thought their hopes were doomed especially when the Hokies took a 21-14 lead.  But the redshirt sophomore performed admirably leading a game tying touchdown drive and almost leading another at the end of the game.

In the next two games Washington again performed well and could hardly be blamed for the reason Georgia Tech lost to Miami and needed a second half rally to beat Duke.

Then against Georgia, the Wetumpka, AL native led Tech to 412 rushing yards and over 500 total yards.  Watching the game I only saw a handful of 92 total offensive plays where having Nesbitt would have been more beneficial than Washington.

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