Georgia Tech senior quarterback Tevin Washington talked about last season's successful start and problematic finish for the Yellow Jackets at ACC Media Days. Washington thinks that lessons learned from last season will help prepare the team for this season.
The Yellow Jackets started last season 6-0 but finished the year just 2-5. Tech was one of the most powerful offensive teams in the country early on before an upset loss to Virginia derailed their season.
Going to play Virginia in the seventh game of the season, "We felt like we were just going to go in there and take it," he said. "We found out the hard way" the necessity of preparing each week
Tech lost the next week against Miami before getting things back together in an upset win over undefeated Clemson. Its consistency that Washington will be looking for from himself and his teammates this season.