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Story of the Season: Georgia Tech


The story of Georgia Tech’s season can essentially be boiled down to the story of its head coach’s career, a guy who has made a habit of proving others wrong by trusting his system and getting the proper pieces in place to buy into his brand of football.

For years now, the heat had been turning up on Paul Johnson, on his triple-option offense, on the Yellow Jackets’ ability to compete for ACC championships.

Georgia Tech entered 2014 having lost more than a dozen non-seniors to a number of different factors. The Jackets had dropped five straight to in-state rival Georgia. They were picked to finish fifth in the ACC’s Coastal Division in the league’s preseason media poll.
Then they went out and won the division, beat the Bulldogs in Athens and routed Mississippi State of the once-vaunted SEC West to win the Capital One Orange Bowl and cap one of the more surprising 11-3 seasons in recent memory.

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