In just two years' time, Paul Johnson has completely transformed (for the better) the Georgia Tech football program.
Taking responsibility of the program in 2007, Johnson brought the intriguing triple-option offense to GT. Without many of his own recruited players to run the offense in 2008, he led the Yellow Jackets to a 9-4 season.
During that time it seemed that no one in the ACC would be able to stop the offense GT ran. Coming into 2009, though, many coaches believed they had the offense figured out, and it would only be a matter of games before every coach in the nation knew their secret.
To respond to such absurd comments, Paul Johnson went 11-3 in 2009, capped by an Orange Bowl berth.
One of the most interesting stories in the ACC heading into next year is how coaches will respond to their third time seeing this simplistic offense that has such a devastating effect on defenses. There is no doubt that Paul Johnson can't wait to get started refining his team as a whole.