Gamble wouldn’t say if the players will plant a “GT” flag between the hedges should the Yellow Jackets win.
“We will see what happens; I’m not going to say too much,” he said. “Let’s let it play out.”
Tech coach Paul Johnson said Georgia’s flag-planting didn’t bother him any more than the Yellow Jackets players taking home some of the hedges when they won in Athens in 2014 or ‘08.
Johnson said the first time he led Tech to Athens in 2008 he asked the players not to take any of the hedges.
“To me, expect to win the next time you go; you don’t have to get them this time,” Johnson said. “That’s kids. They want to plant signs or flags and when we win our guys go for the hedges. It’s just kind of the way it is.”