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Paul Johnson: We'll see who starts at quarterback

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10:00 AM ET 10.28 | Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson was non-committal whether Tevin Washington would remain as starting quarterback after Tech's offense approached or reached new lows for ineffectiveness in a 41-17 loss to BYU on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Tech's offense was limited to 157 yards and scored its only points on a drive after Washington was pulled amid a cascade of boos. The Yellow Jackets were 0-of-10 on third downs and outrushed by almost 70 yards. Washington finished 1-of-5 passing with an interception and rushed for 10 yards on five carries. "We'll see; we'll look into it and see where we are at," Johnson said of changing quarterbacks. Washington's backup is Vad Lee, who led the Jackets to a field goal, the only points scored by the offense. Even that drive was aided by penalties against the Cougars.

Atlanta Journal Constitution

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October 28, 2012  10:17 AM ET

The real question here is Coach Johnson will you survive the rest of the season here at Tech.

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October 29, 2012  05:25 AM ET

Maybe teams are figuring out Johnson's option attack.

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