ATLANTA — Brent Key didn’t mince words when he took charge of a struggling Georgia Tech football program after the team got off to a 1-3 start.
“Number one I was going to be extremely black and white with them, very direct, very open, and very honest,” said Key, who was elevated to interim head coach when Geoff Collins was fired.
“And I wanted them to have ownership in this football team.”
The Yellow Jackets have responded to Key’s leadership, winning four of seven games entering into their noon game with Georgia at Sanford Stadium.
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