Handing Louisville there worst home loss since 1997 wasn’t enough for Paul Johnson and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
Johnson settled a 12-year-old beef with Louisville defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder on Friday night putting up 554 yards of total offense and didn’t need to punt once in the 66-31 win.
When the Yellow Jackets landed in Atlanta on Friday evening they thanked Delta Airlines for getting them home safely. In doing so, they took another shot at the Louisville defense.
We saw you had the ground game covered, so we’re happy to help you with this one from the air. Thanks for choosing Delta. 🏈 ✈ OSB
— Delta (@Delta) October 6, 2018
Hard to criticize Georgia Tech for the dig, but the unprovoked shade by Delta Airlines was unnecessary.
On Monday afternoon Georgia Tech announced that they’ll sell three-game ticket packages for their final three home games for $66.
In recognition of its 66-31 win over Louisville, Georgia Tech is offering a three-game Stinger Mobile Pass for its last 3 home games for just $66.
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— Matt Fortuna (@Matt_Fortuna) October 8, 2018
Denver native by way of the Clifton neighborhood in the mean streets of Louisville. Lifelong Louisville man. Once shared a cab with Joseph N’Sima. Recovering Twitter addict – 2 years clean. Will never hang up and listen.