Georgia Tech Football NCAA Investigation Involves 2009 Season, According To Multiple Reports

WSB-TV's Zach Klein confirms From The Rumble Seat's report that the NCAA's sudden and surprising investigation into Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football involves the 2009 season. The "ACC title may be in jeopardy," according to Klein.

That would put the best season in Tech football since the Bobby Ross days at risk, but it could be even worse than that. Since Tech was still on that weird post-probationary period, it couid mean even more than just a vacated season.

(SIDE NOTE: How many Georgia Tech fans are really glad it wasn't the 2008 season, when Paul Johnson posted a win over Mark Richt? You know you thought about it. Don't judge me.)

According to reports, Demaryius Thomas and Morgan Burnett are reportedly involved, with each reportedly having accepted an improper benefit. We'll find out much more this afternoon.

For more Georgia Tech sports, head to From The Rumble Seat. For more college football, visit SB Nation NCAA Football.

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