Five Burning Questions: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

The Georgia Tech program, much like the Georgia Southern and Navy versions that preceded it, is a tribute to Paul Johnson's stubbornness. That's meant as a compliment, a nod to one of the most consistent forces in college football. Johnson's teams have never challenged for an FBS national title -- Georgia Southern won back-to-back Division I-AA titles under him in 1999 and 2000 ...
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August 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Unheralded Georgia Tech products now impressing with NFL teams

There wasn't much hype surrounding former Yellow Jackets Darren Waller, a wide receiver, and Isaiah Johnson, a safety, leading up to the 2015 NFL draft. Waller ended up going to the Baltimore Ravens in the second-to-last round, while Johnson was unselected and later picked up by the Detroit Lions.Now, both of the underrated Georgia Tech products are impressing their new coaches,...
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May 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Tech set to host Wofford in season opener

ATLANTA (AP) Coach Paul Johnson says he has no problem defending his six-year record at Georgia Tech. Entering Saturday's opener against Wofford, the Yellow Jackets are 47-32 under Johnson, 14-13 over the last two seasons. They've finished either first or second every year but one in the Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal Division. ''If you go back and look, we've got the fourth...
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August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

ACC Countdown: No. 9 Georgia Tech

For seemingly decades in the ACC -- even before the arrival of Paul Johnson and his flexbone option offense -- Georgia Tech has been a model of consistency. They've been to 17 straight bowl games, and their teams have ranged from mediocre, barely reaching that requisite .500 mark, to very good, as many as 10 wins. Regardless, they've never been awful, and that's quite the accomplishment...
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July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

White reigns over Gold in Ga. Tech's rain-soaked spring game

ATLANTA -- Here are five things we gleaned from the Georgia Tech spring game on Friday -- the White team officially beat the Gold, 20-12 -- an event that was greatly hindered by a blustery mix of rain and biting-cold temperatures at Bobby Dodd Stadium. How bad were the conditions? Head coach Paul Johnson, who has been running college programs since 1997 (Georgia Southern, Navy, Georgia...
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April 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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