“Obviously, we know this is going to be a process, but I felt like there were a lot of positives (in the game),” Stansbury said Wednesday on his weekly appearance on 680 the Fan. “Obviously dominated them in many, many ways but the way that matters most is ultimately the score on the scoreboard at the end of the game. But when you look at the stat sheet at the end of the game, it’s just a head shaker.”
At the start of Collins’ third year, Stansbury said Wednesday that he felt that the team was ahead of schedule, citing the recruiting successes, culture building and branding. Collins said in the preseason that the Yellow Jackets have a chance to be “really, really good.” But Stansbury also said on the “Chuck and Chernoff Show” that the Jackets also “need to learn how to win.” He acknowledged the frustration that fans felt after the loss to the Huskies at Bobby Dodd Stadium.