Vad Lee: 'Nobody understood me' at Georgia Tech

Vad  Lee broke records for total offense and rushing yards Saturday  -- for James Madison.

A season removed from Georgia Tech, Lee has led the FCS Dukes to a 4-0 start and caught the attention of ESPN, who profiled the quarterback on their weekly  "Big Man on Campus" segment.

In between some lowlights against Georgia, Lee partially explained to ESPN why "things didn't work out" with the  Yellow Jackets.

"I wanted to be able to show that I could throw the ball, and also run as well," Lee said. "The coach there is triple option and I felt like nobody really understood me."

Lee also admits he wasn't comfortable at the Atlanta school.

"I can remember a lot of times going to my dorm room ... being alone ... and just really in tears, because I felt so alone."

Lee left Georgia Tech following his first season as a starter as a sophomore in 2013. He completed 45.6 percent of his passes that season while averaging 2.8 yards per carry.

Lee raves about his experience at James Madison and how he has been allowed to blossom. You can see the piece below or by clicking here:

The Dukes and Lee face Stony Brook Saturday at noon.