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2019 Schedule
7-6, 2nd in ACC - Coastal

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Georgia Southern is hiring Lamar Owens as wide receivers coach. Owens spent the past 11 seasons at Georgia Tech, the last nine as A-backs coach. He also coached special teams with the Yellow Jackets the past three seasons. Owens played quarterback for Paul Johnson at Navy.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Georgia Tech is hiring Marco Coleman as defensive ends coach. Coleman, a former defensive lineman for the Yellow Jackets and first-round draft pick, spent this past season as assistant defensive line coach with the Oakland Raiders. He played 14 years in the NFL and made the Pro Bowl in 2000.

Johnson goes up to grab 2nd TD (0:27)
Georgia Tech QB fumbles in final minute to ice Quick Lane Bowl (0:33)
Ibrahim surpasses 200 yards in game (0:39)
Ibrahim runs in his 2nd TD of game (0:28)
Georgia Tech punches in 1st TD (0:34)
41-yard sideline catch sets up Minnesota TD (0:31)
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Collins: 'Been waiting 22 years' for Ga. Tech job

Geoff Collins said Friday in his introduction as Georgia Tech's coach that leading the Yellow Jackets is his dream job, although his farewell to Temple was "heart-wrenching."

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82dAdam Rittenberg

Picking winners for every bowl game matchup

From Dec. 15 through Jan. 7, the Celebration Bowl through the CFP National Championship, Adam Rittenberg picks his winners for bowl season.

Howard: Johnson's legacy is cemented (1:13)
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86dChris Low

Ga. Tech's Johnson to step down after 'good run'

Paul Johnson, who ranks fourth in Georgia Tech history with 82 wins in his 11 seasons, will step down after this year's bowl game, his ninth with the Yellow Jackets.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

My favorite Paul Johnson story: After his team beat Georgia for a second straight time at Sanford Stadium in 2016, officials went to the visiting locker room to present him with the Governor's Cup. They found him staring at the ceiling and asked what he was doing. "Looking for a place for the sign," he said. What sign? "The Paul Johnson visitor's locker room," he replied. "I own this (expletive) place."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is expected to retire, sources tell ESPN. Assistant coaches have been pulled off of the recruiting trail, and a team meeting is set for 2:30 p.m. today, according to sources. Los Angeles Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt, who played at Georgia Tech, is a top candidate to replace Johnson, I'm told. Clemson co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott also could be in the mix. Johnson, 61, went 82-59 in 11 seasons at Georgia Tech, guiding the Yellow Jackets to two Orange Bowls and nine bowl appearances (including this year).

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