Georgia Tech hired Nate Woody as defensive coordinator Jan. 6, replacing Ted Roof.
Woody comes from Appalachian State, where his defenses were known for smaller, quicker players and an attacking style. Tech coach Paul Johnson said that he likes that Woody’s defense, which features a 3-4 alignment, is simpler and moves more quickly.
The first look at the defense will come Friday, April 20 when the Yellow Jackets conduct their annual spring game, though usually those games don’t reveal a whole lot about a team’s strategies.
To read about seven things you may not know about Woody, including his high school’s connection with a famous actor, check out the video above.
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