Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson, the man that Georgia Tech Associate Director of Athletics Wayne Hogan said, “He plays chess while everyone else plays checkers”, has been checkmated in overtime three times in the past five games.
Johnson's vaunted Triple Option offense was held to three points in overtime against Utah in the Sun Bowl, and shutout against Virginia Tech and Miami.
Was it fatigue, poor play-calling, poor execution or something else that resulted in Paul Johnson's offense not getting the ball into the end zone when the game was on the line?
Some Georgia Tech fans think that a change in quarterback is needed and point to Tevin Washington's performance in overtime. In the last two overtime games Washington made a poor decision in putting the ball up for grabs against Virginia Tech resulting in an interception, and couldn't make half a yard inside the two yard line against Miami on a fourth down play.
What are your thoughts on the changes Paul Johnson needs to make in his offense so it is more productive at winning time?