Found January 01, 2013 on
Anyone that reads this blog or follows me on twitter knows my favorite teams are Georgia Tech and Clemson. Today was one those rare days where both pulled off wins that were for both programs as significant as they’ve had in recent years.
Days like this make sports so much fun. Lots of ramifications for both programs and also for the ACC, that hasn’t had many days where their football programs dominate ESPN Sportscenter (in the good way).
I have a lot of thoughts on Monday’s action that I’ll write about tomorrow. Enjoy the Georgia Tech highlights. I’ll post the Clemson highlights when become available. Today was a good day.
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HT: The Roanoke Times
When last we heard from Al Groh he was the defensive coordinator at Georgia Tech and he was being pink slipped.
When Groh was fired or “relieved of his duties” on October 8th the Yellow Jackets were 2-4 and coming off their third straight loss and third straight game giving up 40 or more points.
Those results will get you canned however Groh spoke...
This is pretty bad, you could see from his hesitation in signaling that he wasn’t sure whether it went in or not. Thankfully they went back and reviewed it and got the call corrected. Unfortunately for USC, things didn’t much better and they were absolute embarrassed by Georgia Tech 21-7.[YouTube]
Georgia Tech’s Rod Sweeting apparently doesn't get on television much. He won the MVP award in the Sun Bowl against USC and the first word out of his mouth was '****'. Very classy rod. At least he regrouped and thanked his coach after the mess up.
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CBS' Tracy Wolfson asked Georgia Tech's Rod Sweeting how they held the USC offense to 7 points in the Hyundai Sun Bowl. "****, I I I..." was the cornerback's reply.
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Georgia Tech needed a waiver from the NCAA to play in the postseason, and it made the most of its second consecutive trip to the Sun Bowl.
Tevin Washington threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score to help the Yellow Jackets beat Southern California 21-7 on Monday.
Washington's 1-yard touchdown run in the third made it 14-7, and he found Orwin Smith for a 17-yard touchdown...
USC (7-6) will take on Georgia Tech (6-7) in the 2012 Sun Bowl from El Paso, Texas on New Year's Eve.