It all started in November when Georgia Tech pulled off an overtime win against the in-state rival Bulldogs. The Yellow Jackets then demolished the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the Capital One Orange Bowl. Now, Georgia Tech is running up three straight wins on the big, bad SEC.
The duo of Paul Johnson and former basketball player Jon Barry beat out Nick Saban and Mark Ingram in a playoff to win the 2015 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge golf tournament Tuesday at Reynolds Plantation Resort outside of Atlanta. This marks the fourth time in five years that Johnson and Barry have won the tournament. However, Saban looks like he can hold his own on the course.
How pissed do you think Saban was that Ingram was his partner? Does he not have any touch at all? At least give your old coach a better read rather than just smashing that 10-footer past the hole. No doubt in my mind that the two were playing Saban’s ball for 95 percent of the day.
While Saban and Ingram didn’t come away with winning the whole thing, they did beat their rival pretty handily.
Nick Saban and Mark Ingram beat Auburn's Gus Malzahn and Bo Jackson in the Chick-fil-A challenge by 6 strokes. pic.twitter.com/SMXo8iTazQ
— The Game (@TheGameWDGM) April 29, 2015
At least Alabama can have even more bragging rights over Auburn. The real question is this: Can anyone in the SEC stop the Georgia Tech train that they are running right now? Someone break up the Ramblin’ Wreck. Nothing but dominance..
[via Montgomery Advertiser]