Todd Stansbury is congratulated by former Georgia Tech quarterback Gary Lanier (right) after Stansbury was introduced as Georgia Tech's new athletic director during a news conference, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, in Atlanta.
Photo: John Amis/AP
Photo: John Amis/AP

How important is it that Tech beat UGA? Jackets’ AD rates it

Todd Stansbury’s college journey began on a Georgia Tech football field. He now stands with a say in the College Football Playoff and as the Yellow Jackets’ athletic director with more than a year under his belt.

A former hockey goalie who took shots from the “Great One,” Wayne Gretzky, Stansbury talks with AJC columnist Jeff Schultz and WSB-TV sports director Zach Klein on their “We Never Played the Game” podcast about that journey and the changing culture on the Flats.

The Tech AD discusses how he feels about head football coach Paul Johnson and the recent allegations against head basketball coach Josh Pastner. Where does he stand on recruiting, facilities, the importance of beating UGA and an eight-team football playoff? Listen (then subscribe, rate and review):

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