The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have suffered a big loss on the offensive side of the ball.
Sure, the team may not have the best passing attack in the nation — do they throw the ball these days? — but the passing game took an even bigger hit when second-leading wide receiver Micheal Summers decided to leave the team following their bye week.
As for his decision, Summers provided very little reasoning to the team.
“Just said he didn’t want to play anymore,” head coach Paul Johnson said.
If Summers truly did lose his passion for the game, leaving the team was the right decision.
Summers was second on the team in catches this year with 12, and was third in yardage (178 receiving yards) and touchdowns (2).
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