The 2011 season had its ups and downs for Georgia Tech Football. The Yellow Jackets started off the year with six wins in a row, and put up some amazing offensive stats during that run.
But the team finished the season on a disappointing note, finishing out with two wins and four losses despite managing to take down No. 5 Clemson at home for a moral victory. Then Tech managed to lose yet another bowl.
2012 should bring an improved defense and a more cohesive offense to the Flats, but that was also what we expected last season.
With a senior quarterback as the solid pre-camp favorite to start, and the 3-4 defense coming together, this season could be a special one—or a huge let down.