It hasn’t exactly been the best stretch lately for Georgia Tech and QB Vad Lee. After winning their first three games right out of the gate, they haven’t won a game since, dating back to their Sep. 26, Thursday night loss to Virginia Tech. Couple that with a loss to Miami two weeks ago and then last week to BYU, and questions began arising about the possibility of making a change at the position before bowl chances go out the window.
But, head coach Paul Johnson and staff aren’t ready to give up on Lee just yet. Johnson noted how hard Lee has been working and seems to be optimistic that things can make a turn for the better with him still at the helm:
“His attitude is good,” Johnson said Monday during his weekly radio show. “He’s trying to do exactly what we’re asking him to do. He’s frustrated, just like everybody. But he comes to work and he tries to get better every game.”
This week, the Ramblin’ Wreck welcome in new ACC foe Syracuse into Bobby-Dodd, and we’ll see if all of those traits translate into a better performance.