ATLANTA, Ga. -- After miserable showings in back-to-back losses the past two weeks, many outside Georgia Tech’s program had already written off the Jackets for the season.
Coach Paul Johnson had warned not to do that. Repeatedly.
“Like I said earlier,” he said, “let us finish the season before you do our tombstone.”
After a 31-17 win over No. 5-ranked Clemson on Saturday night, Georgia Tech suddenly has new life. This should come as no surprise, though, to ACC fans who have followed the Yellow Jackets under Johnson. This is a coach -- and in turn a team -- that thrives on proving people wrong. A team that gives the most when fans expect the least. A team that is at its best when the odds are against them. Johnson will tell you
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