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For Johnson It’s Always Personal


Paul Johnson has always had a chip on his shoulder when it comes to criticism of his precious triple-option football.

“There are things Paul harbors, I believe, from years ago that still grate on him,” said Navy athletics director Chet Gladchuk. “The thought that his offense wouldn’t work at Navy or that it wouldn’t work at Georgia Tech was all he needed.

“When there’s a disbelief in his ability to deliver, Paul has got a fuse about him that takes him to another level.”

Offend Johnson – current head coach of defending ACC Coastal Division winner and Orange Bowl champion Georgia Tech – by questioning his use of triple-option football and you’re stirring up a hornet’s nest of emotion for which those who have been on a football field with Johnson consider legendary.

This weekend, Johnson brings his Yellow Jackets into Notre Dame Stadium where he’ll be stationed on the visiting east sideline, directly across the field from his old/new nemesis – Notre Dame defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder.

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2 Comments on “For Johnson It’s Always Personal”

  1. Jay-Paul September 17, 2015 at 9:07 AM #

    I run a flex option at the youth level. I need some advice on the blocking scheme.

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