By JOHN P. WISE
One Great Season
Coach Paul Johnson is back for his third season at Georgia Tech, as is his triple-option quarterback Josh Nesbitt.
So two key parts return for a Tech team that hopes to at least match last year's first 11-win season since its national championship of 1990. But there are definitely holes to fill.
Running back Anthony Allen also returns, and he'll handle the bulk of the rushing load, as 1,400-yard back Jonathan Dwyer did last year. But like Dwyer, wideout Demaryius Thomas is gone, leaving the Jackets with RB Embry Peeples as the team's most prolific returning pass-catcher. He had only eight receptions in 2009.