Posted: 2:07 pm Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

Bobinski speaks on state of football team 

By Ken Sugiura

Georgia Tech athletic director Mike Bobinski has heard from the fans. He wants them to know he’s frustrated about the football team, too.

“Are we satisfied, are we happy with where we are?” Bobinski asked on a video interview posted on the Tech website. “No, obviously we’re not.”

Bobinski spent much of the 14-minute interview with Tech voice Brandon Gaudin answering questions about the season past and the offseason ahead. He said he had a roughly four-hour meeting with coach Paul Johnson following the bowl game loss to Ole Miss (standard procedure for any head coach) and that Bobinski called “productive” and “positive” and that the two had “an awful lot of agreement on how we might move this thing forward, and that, to me, was very encouraging.”

Some other fferings from Bobinski:

1. He called the continuing bowl streak, now at 17 games, “an amazing run of sustained success” and a “platform to build on.”

2. Of the Music City Bowl loss, Bobinski said that “I think we were all disappointed that we didn’t give what we believe was the very best effort Georgia Tech was capable of that day. Had we, I think we would have seen a different result.”

3. In his conversation with Johnson, the two “didn’t leave anything untouched; no topic was off limits. We hit ’em all, really, with the focus of, how do we make our football program better? How do we improve our results and really get this program where we want it to be as time goes by?”

4. Bobinski is not satisfied with seven-win seasons and doesn’t accept the notion that Tech should be limited in its ability to compete because of academic restrictions. “My response is that I don’t buy any of that. Georgia Tech is a place that’s about excellence in everything that we do. All you have to do is look around the campus at our students, at our faculty, at our graduates, and see the things that they do on a day-to-day basis. It’s on the very highest level. There’s no reason our athletic program shouldn’t reflect that level of performance and excellence. … I certainly didn’t come here to have mediocre or average performance. That’s not in my DNA, nor is it in Georgia Tech’s DNA. We will and can be better as time goes by, but obviously, we’ve got to take steps to make that happen.”

5. He will not make decisions or changes based on emotion.

“As I look at who we are, we’re not a quick-fix place; we’re not going to go to the junior-college ranks and all of the sudden, in with a new roster full of folks and run people off. That’s not what Georgia Tech’s about. We can’t settle.”

6. Johnson is in agreement with Bobinski’s outlook. “I know this: He’s as focused and energized as I’ve ever seen him since I’ve been here. I saw him stand up in the locker room after the Ole Miss game and could tell, sort of, the level of dissatisfaction he had with how that ended. He didn’t like it. He flat said to everybody in that room that things need to and will change as we move forward here. He said, ‘That starts with me as the head coach, that starts with the assistant coaches, that starts with all of you as our football team.’ I don’t sense any turning down the heat here whatsoever. In fact, I see a distinct turning up of the heat in terms of our level of intensity and our focus moving forward.”

7. Bobinski said he was disappointed by quarterback Vad Lee’s decision to transfer but not surprised, and disappointed because of the esteem he holds for Lee personally and because he won’t be able to earn a Tech degree.

“That being said, this was purely a football decision and you can’t argue with that. When somebody makes a decision that they believe is best for their future – this was clearly based on his own evaluation and the people around him’s advice to him about his football future – it’s hard to trump that and overcome that. We hope it ends well and lands well for Vad.”

8. Having been at Tech since last April, he said, “it’s clear to me that it’s not easy (to be successful). We’re not one of those places that can be sloppy or inefficient or be unfocused and be as unsuccessful as we’d like to be. We don’t have a great margin for error.”

To him, that means having “great people,” sound strategy and “we need to execute our tails off. … If we hit those marks, I believe this program will continue to do nothing but improve and progress and progress and progress in years ahead.”

151 comments
ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

"We’re not one of those places that can be sloppy or inefficient or be unfocused and be as unsuccessful as we’d like to be."


This cannot be what he said, can it ?


# 15 Recruiting Class 2007 with Chan Gailey led to 9-4 season 2008 and 10-3 for 2009.  No ACC Championship - can't say that.  No win over Clemson - can't say that.  9-4 and 10-3, unlike the # 54 recruiting classes here in Atlanta the current 4-year period leading to 28-25 by stark contrast, as a direct result of # 54 not 2007 rank with the resultant success of # 15

MikeBanning
MikeBanning

Even Academically strong recruits like Andrew Luck from STANFORD want to have a chance to play in the NFL, and then if that doesn't work out, then they will have a great degree to fall back on.

GT could have never signed a Luck or a RG-III (also recruited by STANFORD), because GT FB under pajamas is not an attractive option.

Great FB players that can also graduate from GT, still want the chance to play in the NFL, and GT FB under Pajamas is not perceived by talented recruits as a place that they can achieve their NFL dreams.

You cab't just offer elite Recruits the chance to make their Academic dreams come true, you also have to make their NFL DREAMS come true, or at least enhance them.

GT FB under Pajamas does nothing for most Recruits NFL dreams!


DON1938
DON1938

Have another drink Poad

juvenal
juvenal

give him our love....understand you post on the dauug blogs..........POAD stands for? would not poad if it was on fire...................

POAD2013
POAD2013

Headed to see...........1-4 GT


juvenal
juvenal

MB & TB together, what a thrill......only uga fact relevant to me; with non-qualifiers, functionally illiterate atheletes may now attend football factories again(Kemp would be so proud).................uga thus beneath my contempt, unlke POAD would not poad if it was on fire.....unlike POAD, never go on dark side to blog myself(what is that strange dog that followed you home, POAD?)

POAD2013
POAD2013

IMO..............the BEST thing to HELP TECH FOOTBALL GET BETTER is for the FANS to STOP trying to teardown the current STAFF.

If some of you don't think the RECRUITS/Parents don't read the TECH message boards and blogs you are crazy.

TALK the POSITIVE and BUILD THE TEAM and SCHOOL UP. Tearing down Coaches and players is not ADVANCING the VALUE Tech has.


The first and best way to BUILD UP TECH FOOTBALL is to STOP.....STOP....engaging WnE/ Goodspeed/Banning.


Trying to respond to WnE and show his LIES only allows him more time to respond.


TECH needs to do more stories......WHERE ARE THEY NOW.

I know those type of stories don't sell Recruits as much as they sell PARENTS.

All the Kids think they will make it to the NFL but that is as likely as being an Astronaut. the numbers don't add up. 


The INSTITUTE should NEVER lower their standards to win games but should CHALLENGE GREAT high school players to be MORE than an Athlete.

Jmonty
Jmonty

Ironically, they showed highlights of when they passed the ball.  Anyone else notice that? 

ramblingbuzz
ramblingbuzz

Bobin needs to make CPJ's chair really hot.   " I saw him stand up in the locker room after the Ole Miss game and could tell, sort of, the level of dissatisfaction he had with how that ended."  It's way past time for excuses. The question is, what's Johnson gonna do to correct the problem? When I hear the word innovative, I think of Malzahn, not Johnson.  The service academies and GA Sou do a better job of runnig this O than GT. Do those programs have superior talent to GT?

juvenal
juvenal

it is a sad medical fact that TB has become harder to eradicate.........

charlestonian77
charlestonian77

imo our season was compromised by a qb that had one foot out the door for most of the season. i have seen a  number of threads over the past couple of years re rumors of vad leaving.  we would have been better served had vad left asap instead of him sticking around running the o at 50%.

vad is a nice kid. he left with class and has not trashed the program or cpj in the process. cpj has also had nothing but nice things to say about vad.  i think this was our own undoing.  when the rumors started surfacing re vad being unhappy and thinking of transferring i would have sat him down and made jt the starter. 

i just did not see a qb that ran hard and tough.  i saw a qb that went down like a sack of potatoes at the first hint of a sack.  johnny fb vad was not. anybody watch johnny fb literally pick his team up during the duke game and will them to win?

during the two years vad has been here i have not seen him do that once. not once.,  not even a little bit. a qb is more than just a passer or a runner. a qb is supposed to be a leader both on and off  the field.  i just never saw that in vad.

just my opinion and i could be wrong.

bobbyross1990
bobbyross1990

ThomasBrown That's funny. Yet all those wins show against inferior talent and hardly ever top 25 teams. The only thing Mark Richt has shown is that he can recruit and thats about it. Under Achieving at its best. 1980 is a loooooooooooong time ago.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

Since 10-18-2009, Paul Johnson has beat only 1 team ranked for that season Clemson ranked # 22 in both AP and Coaches’ Polls for 2011 on 10-29-2011 other than beating Duke # 23 AP and # 22 Coaches’ Polls 2013 but Duke was not only not ranked at time of game but Duke played without their quarterback either.

That is not under-achieving less than us.

In fact, it is under-achieving more than us.

This is 2014 now.

This the sum total of Paul Johnson’s wins over teams ranked that season starting 10-18-2009, two # 22 teams.

4 years and several months 2 wins # 22 ranked teams.

http://www.cfbtrivia.com/cfbt_detail.php?fry=2008&thy=2013&teamname=Georgia%20Tech&spl=on&sortby=Year&ascend=on&cres=3

As poorly as Mark Richt has done after 2007 against teams who have been ranked the seasons he beat them, which coincides with when Paul Johnson became your coach for 2008 season, Mark Richt has more wins against ranked teams those season and higher ranked teams than Paul Johnson does same timeframe.

In real terms, Georgie tek continues to under-achieved more than Georgia.

Draft :FSU---AL----FL---LSU---GA---USC--USCe--Ga tek--Louis

2013…11 ….9 …..8…...9….….8…..4......7….0….0

2012.…4…...8…...2.…..5.…….7…..3…...6….1….1

2011.…3…...5…...4.…..6.…….6…..9……2….1….3

2010.…3.…..7..…..9.…..6.…….5…..7…..2….1…..0

2009.…1......4..…..3.…..6.…….6…..11…..7….4….2

2008.…3......0..…..2.…..7.…….4…..10…..1….3….5

2007.…5......3..…..9.…..5.…….5…..5…...2….1…3

2006.…8......5..…..3.…..7.…….7…..11…..2….3….3

2005.…9......4..…..3.…..3.…….6…..5…..3….0….6

2004.…5......4..…..5.…..0.…….4…..4…..3….4….0

2003.…6......5..…..8.…..4.…….7…..5…..3….1….4

2002.…3......4..…..8.…..5.…….8…..2…..5….1….0

2001.…9......3..…..4.…..3.…….6.....3…..0….0….1

Total...70….61..…68…..66…...79….79…43..19...28

Georgia State University has as many NFL Draft Picks the 2 most recent Drafts as Georgie tek and Louisville have.One each, all 3.

Mark Richt era Recruiting Rankings :

Year-FSU---AL----FL---LSU---GA---USC---USCe--Ga tek--Louis

2014….4….1….13……7…12…..18…..35…..48…..36

2013…16…9…..6……8……3……5….24…..72…..50

2012..11…2……5……6…..14…..20….13….59…..42

2011…1…7……26…..9…..5……4…..11….46…..33

2010…9….4......1……7…..21…..5…..31….41…..44

2009…18...2…..21.....3……4……9…..13…..32…..64

2008…8…..1.....12…..7……5…..9…..34…..37…..54

2007…33…22…..1…..5.....17.....2……7……15…..47

2006…12..18……2…..7……4......1…..33….49……26

2005…3…16.....11…..19……4…..6….20…..48…..43

2004…4…19……8……2……6…..1…..28…..35…..54

2003..12…45……4……2…..11…..1….15…..34…..48

2002…6….37…..20…..15…..9…..12…..18….51….56

2001…5….25…..16…..15…..5…...7…..21…..49…..46

AVG..11…16…..10……8…..8…..6….21…..44…..45

Total...70..61..…68…..66…..79….79….43….19….28

AVG..11…16…..10……8…..8…..6…..21…..44…..45

While it is true that Georgie tek recruited the # 15 recruiting class in 2007 with Chan Gailey before he was fired and went to the NFL, with Georgie tek paying him over one million dollars a year for his remaining contract, your inability to recruit since is the fault of your current coach because the high school kids on offense like to throw and catch passes too, and the high school kids on defense do not want to practice daily against a high school offense they would not line up against ever again in their lifetime.

This does not make Georgie tek OVER-ACHIEVERS because Paul Johnson cannot recruit as well as Chan Gailey just the year before with Chan Gailey’s # 15 recruiting class 2007.

And, moreover, at # 5 in Wins 2001-2013, I will be damned if Mark Richt has UNDER-ACHIEVED one little bit compared toGeorgie tek # 33 in wins since he got here.

If there has been any under-achieving, it has been Georgie tek.

Hasn’t it ?

2001-2013 Mark Richt Era Most Wins :

# 1 Boise State 145-24

# 2 Oklahoma 140 -34

# 3 Louisiana State 135-36

# 4 Texas 131-37

# 5 Georgia 126-45

# 6 Virginia Tech 125-48

# 7 Oregon124-42

# 8 Ohio State 124-31

# 9 Texas Christian 120-43

# 10 Florida 120-48

# 11 Southern California 118-36

# 12 Wisconsin 116-54

# 13 Auburn 116-51

# 14 Nebraska 112-58

# 15 Louisville 0.67683111530164

# 16 Utah 0.68323110-51

# 17 Miami of Florida 110-53

# 18 West Virginia 109-55

# 19 BYU108-57

# 20 Northern Illinois 108-58

# 21 Clemson 108-59

# 22 Florida State 107-52

# 23 Texas Tech 107-59

# 24 Fresno State 106-64

# 25 Michigan 105-59

# 25 Oklahoma State 105-59

# 27 Cincinnati 104-61

# 28 Iowa 104-60

# 29 South Carolina 102-61

# 30 Missouri102-63

# 31 Alabama 101-47

# 32 Boston College 0.60843101-65

# 33Georgia Tech 0.58824100 -70

Who’s under-achieved ?

Peachs
Peachs

You will see attendance pick up because the ACC perception wise is picking up.Louisville will be the jailhouse gang Miami use to be, FSU is the national champion, Duke is the Auburn of the ACC.Tech plays everybody pretty even they just seem to lose most of these close games. When the market is evaluated correctly and the ACC is not run over by a sport’s press with an agenda, but given it due respect, the attendance will follow. Just like Bobby Cremins did in an empty house for basketball, a competitive football ACC will do for Tech. I really don’t think Tech is much behind Georgia maybe a double overtime inch behind, yet Tech is perceived as junk and Georgia, as some royalty they have not earned. The SEC was never as good as their headlines and the makeup is really coming off now. Looks like a lot of money is going other places, and wins will soon follow, as the NCAA sleeps or chases the Tech’s around for low hanging fruit.

juvenal
juvenal

& another big Q-why not an OC? Navy guy would be great...............how about some really hard hitting questions to go with the insightfulness, Ken.......

GTRanj
GTRanj

@Thomas Brown you love talking about cpj's record, how about cmr's again ranked teams the last several years. I believe it is 7-26. Get out of here with your crap and go talk about your under achieving leg humpers.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@MikeBanning


1 NFL Draft Pick combined most recent 2 NFL Drafts, same as Georgia State.


Not one interior OL drafted in entire CPJ recruiting, 7th class joins now.


6 NFL Draft Picks entire current most recent five (5) NFL Drafts combined.


6 NFL Draft Picks one season alone 2005.


# 15 Recruiting Rankings 2007 Chan Gailey


# 54 Average Recruiting Rankings current 4-year period making up 2014 team

POAD2013
POAD2013

1-4 GTis doing pretty well.

I got him Red Lobster.

He liked it and we had a good time talking as good as he can talk.

Prayers needed for 1-4 GT.

MikeBanning
MikeBanning

@POAD2013 

Sorry JMK, but I only tell the TRUTH!


I simply rely on facts, and just because you don't like the facts, that doesn't mean my comments are not true!

juvenal
juvenal

irrelevant if they are going for an education, plus kids ignore what the old fogies say, anyway.......

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@POAD2013


Oh yeah, build up the current staff 1-5 in bowl games since he got here, # 15 recruiting class the previous year by Chan Gailey 2007, NCAA Probation really caused by Paul Johnson instructing the players what to say, 3 games over .500 after that # 15 recruiting class of Chan Gailey got watered down by all the # 52 classes of Paul Johnson every single year bar none.


Build up the current staff like the recruits all of a sudden will now will then say they do want to come practice on defense against an offense which will not prepare them for the next level.


Build up the current staff like the recruits all of a sudden now will then say they really do want to come practice on offense where really they never enjoy throwing the forward pass or catching the forward pass either.


# 15 recruiting class in the nation 2007 GT Chan Gailey.


There is your problem.


Instead of lying about it, why don't you fix it ?

DON1938
DON1938

@POAD2013 I agree;  I think we should all increase out AT fund amounts, give CPJ a new long term contract with a big raise.  Tell recruits winning is not part of our agenda and "we are who we are"

Jmonty
Jmonty

OK... Where's POAD and what did you do to him??... lol   Just kidding.  But, you're correct.  Stating the obvious isn't going to make things better.  We (as fans) want the best for the GT program.  Of course, football is a huge part of the program.  I admit there were many times my frustations led to rants.  While, I don't dissect players like some *cough* WnE *cough* people do...  I do criticize CPJ and his methods.  I repect him for sticking to his ways.  I just wish that he can see what many of us see. 

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@ramblingbuzz


No.  They all have inferior talent to GT.  GT had the # 15 recruiting class in 2007 with Chan Gailey, but you paid him off to leave to go to NFL where he has been since.


Talent really is the issue.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@charlestonian77


It's not Vad Lee's fault that after # 15 recruiting class in 2007, you have not recruited anywhere near that well.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@bobbyross1990


Mark Richt, starting 2008 has more wins against teams ranked that season than Paul Johnson who started there at GT 2008.

AugustaJacket
AugustaJacket

@ThomasBrown 

uga has under-achieved.  GT is where they have been for the better part of two decades now.


With all those top 10 classes, how many SEC titles does uga have since 2005?


GT has ONE top 25 class and takes it to a BCS bowl and a Conference Championship.  uga has multiple TOP-10 classes and can't even win the SEC.  



ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@Peachs


# 161 best college Louisville is a plus for ACC ?


Even in football, they beat no one who was ranked 2013.


Even GT beat Duke # 22 in the polls for 2013, although not ranked at game time and Duke also played without their QB that day against GT.

AugustaJacket
AugustaJacket

@juvenal 

Why would we need an OC.  CPJ is the OC, and ither than last year, the offense hasn't been the problem with GT football.  No need to throw the baby out with the bath water.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@GTRanj


7-22 Mark Richt vs teams ranked that season since you hired Paul Johnson.  6 years.  Paul Johnson ?  6 wins over teams ranked that season since Paul Johnson was hired.


Your reply ?


How about CMR's record vs teams ranked that season recently ?


CMR beat # 4 South Carolina this season and # 14 LSU 2013.


Last season CMR beat # 23 Vanderbilt, # 9 Florida and # 25 Nebraska 2012.


Paul Johnson ?


Paul Johnson beat no team ranked for the season 2012 and in 2013 Duke who was not ranked at game time and who did not have their QB Anthony Boone, who beat no team ranked for 2013 ended up # 22.  That's 1 in 2013 and none in 2012.


So, you don't know what you discuss in public making a fool of yourself in public.

MikeBanning
MikeBanning

@juvenal 

Even Academically strong recruits like Andrew Luck from STANFORD want to have a chance to play in the NFL, and then if that doesn't work out, then they will have a great degree to fall back on.

GT could have never signed a Luck or a RG-III (also recruited by STANFORD), because GT FB under pajamas is not an attractive option.

Great FB players that can also graduate from GT, still want the chance to play in the NFL, and GT FB under Pajamas is not perceived by talented recruits as a place that they can achieve their NFL dreams.

You cab't just offer elite Recruits the chance to make their Academic dreams come true, you also have to make their NFL DREAMS come true, or at least enhance them.

GT FB under Pajamas does nothing for most Recruits NFL dreams!

MikeBanning
MikeBanning

@ThomasBrown 

I don't know how some of these guys can look at them selves in the mirror after some of the crap that they post on these blogs?

Pajamas is 1-15 vs. the big-4 since 2010 started and he is also 1-3 vs. bowl games since the 2010 season, that is 2-18 vs. the 4 toughest teams on our schedule (traditionally)+ Bowl games.

That 2-18 clip over FOUR YEARS represents a .100 winning percentage over 4-years vs. those 5 games that define GT FB to the rest of CFB.

Yet we have people on these boogs everyday that "support" CPJ and then claim that they are doing it because they are supporting the SCHOOL.

Lots of GT fans are either LIARS or they are deeply in denial!

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@DON1938


That's what I said to him too.


Do you realize you send this guy forth to speak for GT ?

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@Jmonty


"I do criticize CPJ and his methods.  I repect him for sticking to his ways.  I just wish that he can see what many of us see."


Well said Jmonty.

GTRanj
GTRanj

You worthless troll go back to your leg humping blog and bark at someone else.

GTMan1949
GTMan1949

  Augusta.jacket,

  The ACC championship year we still lost to Richts worst UGa team 30-24, so don't be too rejoicing for PJ's teams.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@AugustaJacket


Your concept is we have underachieved because of your utter failure to recruit since after the Georgie tek # 15 recruiting class 2007.


You are on NCAA Probation in Football all of 2014, and the ACC Championship was taken away by the ACC.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@AugustaJacket

If the offense is not the problem, then why is that no offensive or defensive players want to come to GT when you had the # 15 recruiting class under Chan Gailey in 2007.  Those players produced 9-4 in 2008 and 10-3 in 2009.  The problem has been the offense AugustaJacket because GT has not come close to # 15 recruiting class of 2007 under Paul Johnson who got to GT in 2008 when you paid off all the millions to Chan Gailey to go to the NFL.

GTRanj
GTRanj

Again your consistent top 10 class should get you more than a 7-22 record vs ranked teams. Your flawed argument about tech underachieving are so silly. Your team gets hyped up every year before the season, then reality sets in. I'm impressed by the Pruitt hire, but I wouldn't be any where near surprised if he doesn't live up to the hype. He inherited an fsu defense that was already a beast, before that he was with beastly Alabama teams. I wish him the best until late November.

But you have to see that the dawgs are under achieving. 7-22 vs ranked teams, no nc since the early 80's, no quality wins vs anyone in forever. Face the facts buddy, you guys are the Dallas cowboys of college football, you can throw money, high profile coaches, and get the best players every year for your program, but there is always little to show for it. I feel sorry for Georgia fans, all the potential every year, and almost guaranteed heart break.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@MikeBanning


No.  It's worse than that MikeBanning, sir.  Those fans of their team accept mediocrity and outright failure playing cheerleader, and thus the recruits reading about their prospective team get the impression that what they could do to improve a team in a certain area is not even recognized by those who follow the team.


Recruits 2014 are not stupid, not in this state.  Our high school athletes in this state of Georgia are much better students recently with the increased requirement nowadays for Hope Scholarship mandatory high-end results.


They read this B.S. say only the positive, when it so obvious that Paul Johnson's run only double-option offense kills defensive recruiting when the recruit is a top-notch high value target.  Those guys want to play at the next level.  Those guys want to practice daily for 4 years against a Pro-Style Offense, something current, a spread offense - anything which can enhance their opportunities at the next level.  And, as offensive recruits, these kids find the forward pass fun, and want to throw and catch the ball as well as run it with aplomb.


These student-athletes know you cannot support this offense at the Major College Level.


Thus, # 54 recruiting classes 4 years current average making up the 2014 team.


You want to cheer that ?


You do not need me

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@D-Sheets


What needs changing are :


(1) A recruiting coordinator to remove Paul Johnson's arrogant meddling.


(2) An offensive coordinator to install a Pro-Style Offense.


(3) Fan base taught that to best support your team, you do no play cheerleader to that which clearly is broken, but embrace that which is broken, bring it out in the open among fans so that recruits know that you do not accept what has been and want what once was - like # 15 recruiting class as recently as 2007 Chan Gailey recruiting.


For you cannot continue to have recruits turn away because you run a high school offense which they do not want to practice against on defense for 4 or 5 years, and do not want to practice or play on offense for 4 or 5 years without the forward pass embraced by all offenses for 75 years now.

D-Sheets
D-Sheets

@ThomasBrown@Jmonty


I'm sure PJ has already seen what many of us see, Jmonty .... until "things" are changed, and "things" don't mean the HC or his methods, GT will NEVER be the football factory that many of us would like for them to be. 

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@GTMan1949


Exactly, GTMan1949.  And, the ACC took the ACC championship away from you and the NCAA put Georgie tek back on NCAA Probation in Football.


True too it was an unranked Georgia team who beat Paul Johnson in that VACATED ACC Championship season.


Paul Johnson was 9-4 in 2008 and 10-3 in 2009, since he is 3 games over .500.


He is better with Chan Gailey's recruits than his own, because Chan Gailey had the # 15 recruiting class in 2007.


This is your whole entire problem at Georgie tek, that you cannot recruit with Paul Johnson at all.


You cannot say you under-performed less than us because you fail to recruit.