Georgia Tech Wins Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge…Again

For the fourth time, the Georgia Tech Yellowjackets have taken home the trophy for the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge.

Current head football coach Paul Johnson and former Yellowjackets hoopster Jon Barry emerged victorious after being caught up in a tie with Alabama, N.C. State and South Carolina after 18 holes in what has become the charity golf tournament to watch.

The tourney then went into sudden death overtime, with Georgia Tech winning on the fourth hole after the Alabama tandem of Nick Saban and Mark Ingram bogeying.

Sure enough, once the tournament was over, people took to Twitter to post their thoughts on the tournament. Paul Myerberg of USA Today had a particularly fun Tweet.

The greatest active dynasty in college sports is the Chick-fil-A golf tandem of Paul Johnson and Jon Barry.

— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) April 29, 2015

Once it was all over, Georgia Tech had amassed $100,000 in scholarship money. It was the school’s fourth consecutive tournament win and third straight over the SEC. In 2014, the Yellowjackets went 11-3 and beat the SEC another time in defeating Mississippi State in the Orange Bowl.