2008 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football Team

The 2008 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team represented the Georgia Institute of Technology in the college football season of 2008–2009. The team's coach is former Navy Midshipmen and Georgia Southern Eagles coach Paul Johnson. Georgia Tech plays their home games at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

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2008 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football Team - Roster
... (as of 05/07/2008) list is subject to change ... Wide Receivers 8 Demaryius Thomas – Sophomore 15 Correy Earls – Sophomore 23 Quentin Sims – Freshman 24 Embry Peeples – Freshman 27 Jonathan Malone – Sophomore 80 Daniel McKayhan – Freshman 81 Zach Fisher – Freshman 82 Tyler Melton – Freshman 84 Tyler Melton – Freshman 85 Austin Barrick – Sophomore 88 R.B ...

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