Tuesday October 30, 2012
ATLANTA (AP) -- Georgia Tech's football team could be headed for its second losing record in three years.
The men's basketball team, which opens a new arena on campus next month, won just 11 games last season and went 4-12 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Some fans might be displeased that athletic director Dan Radakovich has decided to leave and take the same job at Clemson while the Yellow Jackets endure these growing pains.
But interim athletic director Paul Griffin says the school's two biggest revenue programs -- football and men's basketball -- will not be neglected during the search for Radakovich's replacement.
Football coach Paul Johnson and basketball coach Brian Gregory both say that Radakovich's work in helping improve facilities will give their teams a chance to succeed more consistently.
Copyright 2012 Associated Press
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