Georgia Tech Anxious for More Buzz

ATLANTA (AP) -- Who knows when Georgia Tech will awake from its
slumber?
Not Paul Johnson, whose Yellow Jackets are mistake-prone and
emotionally flat.
He believes his team needs to play "like our hair is on fire"
or "like we're upset at somebody" on Saturday at Wake Forest.
Johnson, who has never lost consecutive games at Georgia Tech,
is tired of waiting on some leaders to emerge.
Georgia Tech (2-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) has lost two
of three as it prepares to face the Demon Deacons (2-2, 1-1).
Saying "there's enough blame to go around for everybody,"
Johnson counted 85 missed assignments in a 45-28 loss last week to
North Carolina State.
When the Yellow Jackets win, missed assignments usually are in
the teens.

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