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Johnson may streamline Georgia Tech's offense

By CHARLES ODUM
AP Sports Writer

ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia Tech is unbeaten but far from perfect in the view of coach Paul Johnson, who says he plans a more streamlined offensive approach on Thursday night against Virginia Tech.

Johnson said Monday there have been too many tweaks - including a new diamond formation - to his spread-option offense. He says the Yellow Jackets have tried to do too much on offense "and we're not good at any of it."

Johnson says quarterback Vad Lee gave a "hot and cold" performance as the Yellow Jackets fell behind 13-0 and 20-7 before rallying to beat North Carolina 28-20 on Saturday.

The goal is more consistency, even if that means running fewer plays, in the important Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal Division game against Virginia Tech.

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