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Georgia Tech Sees Net Loss Of $1.8M Due To Bowl Game Expenses, Low Ticket Sales
Published June 28, 2013
OPTION ACTION: In Atlanta, Michael Carvell writes GT football coach Paul Johnson is "one of college football’s most entertaining coaches to follow on Twitter,” as he is “quick to offer an opinion on an array of different topics, mostly sports.” He “sure looks like he’s having a lot of fun on social media” after he “resisted Twitter for the longest time.” Johnson is “opinionated, witty, candid and funny.” He said, “I’ve got (163) tweets, so it’s not like I’m killing it. I might go a couple of days without one, and then there’s one a day or two a day. If I’m sitting home, watching TV and see something funny, it’s like ‘OK, I’ll tweet about it’” (ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, 6/28).