Entering 2020, the Georgia Tech Football team is expected to take a big step forward and get closer to being a .500 team under head coach Geoff Collins but for that to happen, the Yellow Jackets need to see improvement in several key areas.
We are fully into the college football offseason which means people are already making “way-too-early” predictions, rankings, and more heading into spring practices. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are a hot name this offseason especially in the “most likely to improve” category.
While the Jackets do seem likely for mass improvement in 2020, if they are going to make such improvements, they’ll need to make big improvements in four key areas this spring and summer in time for next fall.
Those four areas of improvement needed for the Yellow Jackets are;
- Quarterback Play
- Lines of Scrimmage
- Wide Receiver Depth
- Special Teams
If the Jackets improve in these areas, a mass improvement on the field seems likely and the Jackets certainly will be fighting to get to that six win mark in 2020. If they fail to do so, however, the Jackets are unlikely to see any notable amount of improvement on the field and could be in for another long season on The Flats.