Three questions with Georgia Tech B-back Dedrick Mills ahead of Saturday’s game against Miami at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Q: Do you feel like you are starting to get acclimated to college football?
A: Yes. Since I’m here now, being a freshman, I’m starting to get used to everything, getting used to the game, how fast everything is in the game. Now I need to see everything better and run better.
Q: What has been the hardest adjustment?
A: Getting in there and learning the plays. I take time out during the day between classes to learn the plays. As you can see on the field, it’s paying off. That was a big adjustment for me.
Q: Do you have a yardage goal that you set for yourself?
A: Every game all the B-backs set their goals as a unit to get 150 yards per game. None of us have gotten 100 yards or more. That’s been my goal to get 100 yards every game.
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