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Georgia Tech to Face Mississippi State in the Orange Bowl

The 12th-ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will face the 7th-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs in the 2014 Capital One Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. The game is scheduled for Dec. 31 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. Georgia Tech, ranked No. 9 in the Amway Coaches Poll and No. 10 in […]

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Playing Against the Flexbone Triple Option Is No Fun

As I’ve written here numerous times before, playing against this offense isn’t “fun”. It is nothing like what your opponents see everyday in practice. This gives you a tremendous advantage on Friday nights, and is just one of the many reasons to take a look at the Flexbone Association Academy this off-season. The very sound […]

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Georgia Tech – Florida State Headlines

Why Florida State should be leery of Georgia Tech  GT comes into Saturday’s game as the most efficient team in the country converting on third down, gaining first downs 57.3 percent of the time – 85-of-148 attempts on the year. ~ As I mentioned yesterday on Twitter ………..The Yellow Jackets, on the other side, have […]

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FSU Respect’s Thomas

Georgia Tech QB Justin Thomas is not your typical triple option-type signal caller. He’s agile, athletic and has a great football IQ – all things you’d want in a quarterback running a triple option – but he can also throw the ball, making it that much more difficult to keep contain. Thomas leads the Yellow […]

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Good Luck to Rice Lake!

Good luck to the Rice Lake Warriors playing in today’s Division 3 State Championship game in Wisconsin. Rice Lake is a Flexbone Association Academy client this season; and scored 472 points so far this season. Here is an article leading up to the game: Wisconsin Lutheran is the favorite to beat Rice Lake and win […]

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Georgia Tech celebrates Coastal title

Georgia Tech is off this week, but about 60 players gathered at the team’s facilities, where the staff set up a projector to watch Thursday night’s North Carolina-Duke game. The cheers rang out each time North Carolina scored. They rang out again as Duke fumbled away several early possessions. In Atlanta, there were as many […]

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The Legend of Justin Thomas Has Begun

People truly knocked the triple-option going into this season. The style of offense was the blame for everything that was wrong with the program. It was the reason why top recruit don’t come and the reason why the team was finishing in mediocre fashion every year.  It is boring and not aesthetically pleasing.   Just to think […]

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