Georgia Tech Vs. Virginia Tech: Synjyn Days Continues To Split Time at A-Back and Quarterback

Georgia Tech quarterback Synjyn Days continues to sit behind starter Tevin Washington on the depth chart, but he also has been splitting his time at practice between A-Back and quarterback.

In an interview with Ken Suguira of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Days said that his practice time is divided almost equally between the two positions,

"It’s pretty much 50/50. If I’m not in at quarterback, I’m in at A-back, so I’m getting my conditioning during actual practice."

Days is confident at either position, and says he has no problems with the blocking schemes at A-Back.

Days also said that he is working on special teams as a kickoff returner, but because of his unique position on the depth chart will only be used in emergencies,

"Just for, I guess, if somehow everybody on the team gets hurt, they’ll put me back there. I pray to God that doesn’t happen."

For updates on the game, stay tuned to SB Nation Atlanta. For more in-depth coverage on the upcoming game, visit Georgia Tech blog From The Rumble Seat as well as Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country. For more news and notes from around NCAA football, head over to SB Nation's college football hub.

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