8:53 AM EDT, Mon August 29, 2016
Augusta Chronicle 10 hours ago

Jackets aren't worried about critics

ATLANTA — Coach Paul Johnson isn’t concerned with low expectations at Georgia Tech. It’s nothing new: Since Johnson took charge of the Yellow Jackets eight years ago, they’ve been ranked in The Associated Press’ final poll only three times, and this season hardly looks promising. “We’re not at a place where we’re going to have all these All-Americans and you just reload,” he said. “You’ve got to do it with blue collar and work ethic and that kind of thing. Hopefully it was a lesson a year ago.” read more
Augusta Chronicle Aug 20, 2016

Michaux: Georgia Tech's Gray receives high praise from coach, teammates

Paul Johnson is an offensive-minded coach not prone to being effusive. His triple-option system is what defines him – as does his generally brusque demeanor. So when the Georgia Tech head coach starts spitting roses about a defensive player who generally works the furthest away from the line of scrimmage, well, you take notice. read more
Augusta Chronicle Aug 9, 2016

Tech loses AD to Purdue

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Georgia Tech Athletic Director Mike Bobinski will leave Atlanta to take on the same role at Purdue University, it was announced today. According to the Purdue Web site, Bobinski will become the northern Indiana university’s new director of Intercollegiate Athletics. He has held the same position at the Georgia Institute of Technology since 2013, as well as the University of Akron and Xavier University previously. Syncronex:  Metered read more
Augusta Chronicle Aug 6, 2016

Health of running backs could affect Georgia's QB race

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia offensive coordinator Jim Chaney says the health of the Bulldogs’ top running backs could help decide who opens the season as the starting quarterback. Star tailback Nick Chubb ran with the first-team offense on Saturday as he continues his recovery from left knee surgery midway through the 2015 season. So far, Chubb has been practicing with no restrictions, but Georgia has not been tackling to the ground. read more
Augusta Chronicle Aug 6, 2016

Michaux: College football questions have no wrong answers in August

Preseason football camps have started everywhere from high schools to colleges to pros and the only thing to talk about for the rest of the month are questions. The beauty of the exercise is there are no wrong answers in August. That is a particularly fun passion sport around here with the collegiate crowd that can be less than collegial about their favorite teams. But right now, everyone can dream of all the perfect answers. read more