Georgia Tech Football: Three Reasons for Pessimism in 2020

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ATLANTA, GA – NOVEMBER 30: Head coach Geoff Collins of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets looks on during the second half of the game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Bobby Dodd Stadium on November 30, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

Last week, we provided three reasons why Georgia Tech fans should be optimistic about the upcoming season. Today, we provide three reasons why Tech fans should be a bit pessimistic heading into 2020….not counting COVID-19.

Even before COVID-19 put the entire season in doubt Georgia Tech football had reason to be worried coming into 2020. Here are three of the biggest reasons to be pessimistic this fall if you’re a Georgia Tech fan.

We don’t like being pessimistic, like everyone else, we’re hoping for the best. However we have to look at both sides of things and that brings us to our three reasons of pessimism for Georgia Tech in 2020. If you missed out on our reasons to be optimistic this season, you can check out right here.

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