Hope this finds you getting geared up for Thursday evening. I don’t know how much we’ll learn, given that I don’t think Western Carolina will offer much of a challenge to Georgia Tech, but we’ll see.
I was going to write a story for Tuesday’s paper about the five players who made the biggest splash in the preseason or something to that effect. I have six right now that I’ll go over briefly.
Before I get there, if you haven’t read Steve Hummer’s profile of A-back Tony Zenon, you should do that right now. It will be far better reading than anything on this blog.
Second, my colleague Doug Roberson wrote a story about the Chick-fil-A Kickoff game that included a little detail about Georgia Tech I found interesting. Doug wrote that athletic director Dan Radakovich said he would like to play in the game as soon as possible. I know Radakovich has been interested in playing the game in the past (I wrote over the summer that Tech nearly was lined up to play USC in 2013), but