Found October 06, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
((HT: ACC Digital Network)) This, really, shouldn't be the most difficult decision on The Flats... And it's one that the folks in Charlottesville had to endure before bringing in Mike London... Al Groh, for one reason or another- whether it's scheme, personnel, or both- has given up 1,720 yards of offense in the last three weeks in games that Georgia Tech has (allegedly) participated in... And we're talking about losses against Miami and Middle Tennessee in Atlanta, and now Clemson in Death Valley. The HQ wonders aloud just how much time he has left as Paul Johnson's DC... Now don't misunderstand... the Clemson defense is no "Monsters of the Midway," either. The Tigers have given up 1,087 yards on their own going into this game. But, hey, you only gave up 483 to Tech on this day, right...??? For a 1,570 total... And you still won... The conference has the long version of the highlights... Proibably, too long for Al Groh... ...
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