CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - It's hardly a formula for success: Turn the ball over five times, get beat at your own ball-control game, and let the opponent's quarterback and receivers have record days.
ATLANTA - Now that one streak is over, Georgia Tech wants to keep another going.
ATLANTA- Extra practice time devoted to stopping Georgia Tech's spread-option offense didn't change the fact Syracuse had never faced the attack in a game.
ATLANTA - Vad Lee has started every game at quarterback for Georgia Tech this season only to be pulled from the past two. He'll also start Saturday against Syracuse as coach Paul Johnson says he's not changing starters even though the Yellow Jackets have lost three in a row.
PROVO, Utah - Georgia Tech experienced a tale of two halves. In each situation, the outcome did not favor the Yellow Jackets.
ATLANTA - One of Paul Johnson's primary messages to his team this week is simple: all is not lost because of two losses.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - Another year, another double-digit lead for Georgia Tech over Miami.
ATLANTA - Logan Thomas passed and ran for touchdowns in the first half, Virginia Tech's defense shut down Georgia Tech's running game and the Hokies beat the Yellow Jackets 17-10 on Thursday night.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech can add to its strong start in the Atlantic Coast Conference when it plays Virginia Tech on Thursday night in the rivalry that often decides the Coastal Division.
ATLANTA - Coach Paul Johnson said Monday that the Georgia Tech players who joined a show of solidarity for NCAA reform should have first given all players on the team a chance to vote on the idea.
ATLANTA- Georgia Tech is unbeaten but far from perfect in the view of coach Paul Johnson, who said Monday he plans a more streamlined offensive approach on Thursday night against Virginia Tech.
ATLANTA - This would not be another shootout.
ATLANTA - Paul Johnson isn't making a big deal about the sudden balance in Georgia Tech's normally run-dominated spread-option offense.
DURHAM, N.C.- Vad Lee always seems to play like this around here. Ted Roof's teams almost never did.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech will be looking to avoid another slow start in the Atlantic Coast Conference when it plays at Duke in its first of four straight games against Coastal Division opponents.
Georgia Tech football fans will get their final look of the spring tonight when the Yellow Jackets close out drills with their spring game inside Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. The split-squad game is slated for 7 p.m. and is being tabbed as "Friday Night on The Flats."
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