Key worked at Alabama from 2016-2018 as an offensive line coach. Batt joined the university in 2017, holding roles including executive deputy director of athletics, chief operating officer and chief revenue officer.
They will work together until the end of the football season – and perhaps longer.
As of Monday morning, the two had not met on Georgia Tech’s campus.
“He just arrived today. At some point soon, we will meet,” Key said of Batt.
Key has been busy focusing on the Yellow Jackets’ next opponent: Virginia on Thursday night. Since he took over for former coach Geoff Collins, Key has gone 2-0 with victories over Pittsburgh and Duke.