No. 2 – George Godsey (1998-01)
Tampa native George Godsey had the difficult task of following the career of the great Joe Hamilton and seemed to pick right back up where his predecessor left off.
Had he not played backup to Hamilton for two seasons, Godsey would have had an opportunity to be the best Tech quarterback, statistically speaking.
Even playing second fiddle for half his career, Godsey still ranks among the top field generals on the Flats with 6,137 yards and 41 touchdowns passing.
Godsey had only 17 total interceptions in his two years as a starter and had completion percentages of .636 (2000) and .648 (2001). His .633 career completion percentage is still the most accurate in Yellow Jackets history.