Found January 03, 2014 on College Spun:
Earlier today, it was reported that Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson was unhappy with his employer and is hoping for a buyout of his contract from the school. The original report came from Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports: Word is #GaTech coach Paul Johnson is not happy with the school. Hopes they buy him out, according to a source. — Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) January 3, 2014 This afternoon, Johnson himself has released a statement via Georgia Tech athletics — he is completely refuting the rumors: .@GTPaulJohnson on @BFeldmanCBS tweet: “The rumors on social media are not true. I plan being head coach at #GaTech into the future.”(1/2) — Georgia Tech Sports (@GTAthletics) January 3, 2014 .@GTPaulJohnson on @BFeldmanCBS tweet: “I look forward to finishing up recruiting and getting ready for the 2014 season.” (2/2) — Georgia Tech Sports (@GTAthletics) January 3, 2014 There it is, straight from the coach’s mouth — it will be interesting to see if this story dies here or ...

Report: Georgia Tech QB Lee to transfer

It appears Vad Lee is transferring after one season as Georgia Tech's starting quarterback, citing the triple-option offense as a reason. The redshirt sophomore's intentions were first reported by Rivals website The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder played in all 13 games this season, throwing for 1,561 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions and he ran for 513 yards...

Georgia Tech begins 2014 without starting QB

Georgia Tech has begun 2014 searching for a new quarterback after Vad Lee announces he will transfer to another school. Lee, a rising junior, went 7-6 as the Yellow Jackets' starter, ending his career in Monday's 25-17 loss to Mississippi at the Music City Bowl. Though both Lee and coach Paul Johnson released statements Friday saying they appreciated the chance to work...

Johnson refutes report that he wants out at Georgia Tech

A strange 24 hours for Georgia Tech continued with a report that coach Paul Johnson is unhappy and wants out, followed by a text from the coach himself refuting the news. A source told's Bruce Feldman that Johnson is hoping the school will exercise his buyout of $7.5 million. But Johnson responded, sending a text to, which said "I have no...

Georgia Tech QB Vlad Lee to transfer

Vlad Lee will not return to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets for the 2014 season. Lee intends to transfer and play out his final two years of college eligibility at another school. Thus far no reason has been given for Lee’s decision to transfer but he probably felt his time at quarterback as up. For the season, Lee went 82-of-180 for 1,561 yards with 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions...

Vad Lee is an ex-Georgia Tech quarterback, transferring to another school.

Vad Lee. Photo via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. From the "He's just not that into you" department comes word that Georgia Tech sophomore starting quarterback Vad Lee is planning to transfer to another school. This comes on the heels of the Yellow Jackets' 25-17 loss to Ole Miss in the Music City Bowl on Monday.Lee struggled during the 2013 season in Georgia...

Georgia Tech starting QB Vad Lee to Transfer

PHOTO: USA Today Sports In a move that nobody saw coming, Georgia Tech's starting QB Vad Lee reportedly will transfer. As a sophomore, Lee struggled to find a rhythm in Paul Johnson's Triple Option offense and had the worst season for a QB running the football under Johnson at Georgia Tech (averaging just 2.82 ypc). ESPN reporter Joe Schad quoted Lee as saying "The...

QB Vad Lee Transfers from Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech’s offense will have a new quarterback next season, as Vad Lee has decided to transfer following the Yellow Jackets’ bowl...

ESPN gets into a Twitter feud with Georgia Tech over Orange Bowl broadcast

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CBR Exclusive: Vad Lee to transfer

In a move that nobody saw coming, Georgia Tech's starting QB Vad Lee reportedly will transfer. As a sophomore, Lee struggled to find a rhythm in Paul Johnson's Triple Option offense and had the worst season for a QB running the football under Johnson at Georgia Tech (averaging just 2.82 ypc). ESPN reporter Joe Schad quoted Lee as saying "The Triple Option was never...

Video: Georgia Tech’s Jeremiah Attaochu Didn’t Have Microwave, Heated Chicken Wings With An Iron

Georgia Tech ‘s football team spent the days leading up to the Music City Bowl at the Gaylord Opryland Resort, which seems like a solid reward for a seven win ACC season. Unfortunately for star defensive end Jeremiah Attaochu, the Gaylord Opryland Resort didn’t quite have all the amenities he looks for in his hotels, namely, a microwave.   Jeremiah Attaochu had chicken wings...

Love Triangle: Matt Millen & Keri Potts, ESPN Sr. Director of PR Lady v GT Senior Associate AD Ryan Bamford

Keri Potts, ESPN Sr. Director of PR Lady and Georgia Tech Associate AD Ryan Bamford went at it over Matt Millen. [College Spun]Is the high road near the gutter? Anyway, that's what is now a Twitter war. Defending Matt Millen's honor. Of which he owns none.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home

Georgia Tech's Robert Carter out indefinitely

Georgia Tech power forward Robert Carter has a torn meniscus and is out indefinitely for the Yellow Jackets.  The news comes at a bad time, as the Yellow Jackets start conference play on Saturday. A torn meniscus can be treated in one of a couple ways, either repairing or simply trimming away pieces causing discomfort.  The latter allows a much quicker recovery time, although the...
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