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Thread: Paul Johnson disciples have their way at Army vs. Navy

  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleDad View Post
    This is such a tired narrative...it so difficult to stay in school at Tech...there are no easy majors and regardless of what you major in you still must take GT math!

    While Stanford may be one of the best educational institutions in our country there are a host of very "touchy feelie" degrees...take a second to check some https://majors.stanford.edu/majors-alphabetical/a--z
    Have you seen the Ivan Allen School of Liberal Arts? Programs of study include “Film & Media Studies”, Philosophy, “Literature, Media, and Communication”. These are just a few.

    Not everyone is walking out of there with an electrical or mechanical engineering degree.

    I have a cousin that graduated from their business school. I’ll be nice since she’s family, but let’s just say she’s no Rhodes Scholar.

  2. Default Re: Paul Johnson disciples have their way at Army vs. Navy

    Quote Originally Posted by CJAK View Post
    Have you seen the Ivan Allen School of Liberal Arts? Programs of study include “Film & Media Studies”, Philosophy, “Literature, Media, and Communication”. These are just a few.

    Not everyone is walking out of there with an electrical or mechanical engineering degree.

    I have a cousin that graduated from their business school. I’ll be nice since she’s family, but let’s just say she’s no Rhodes Scholar.

    Those are all minors. http://www.gatech.edu/academics/all-degree-programs

  3. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHamilton View Post
    Ummm, no. Literature, Media, and Communications is a Major. It falls right under the major “International Affairs & Modern Language” and above the major of “Public Policy”.

    It’s in the section that includes “Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies” and “International Affairs and Modern Languages”.

    There’s plenty of things to do there that does not include Engineering.

  4. #34

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    Quote Originally Posted by half-n-half View Post
    Johnson has made them competitive? Some of y’all need to do a little research on Georgia Tech football.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...otball_seasons

    https://yellowjackedup.com/2017/11/2...ohnson-review/

    Roller coaster a bit but not a lot of double digit winning seasons for his ACC predecessors. One from O'Leary and one from Ross.
    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

    Quote Originally Posted by half-n-half View Post
    you missed JDC's point.

  5. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soweagle View Post
    The ACC is much tougher lately.
    Quote Originally Posted by Soweagle View Post
    The ACC is tougher these days.
    So your saying the ACC is more difficult? LOL you are right though.
    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

    Quote Originally Posted by half-n-half View Post
    you missed JDC's point.

  6. #36

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    This all made me curious and I had some time to kill. Below is the breakdown of majors for this year's GT football team:

    69 - Business Administration
    11 - Mechanical Engineering
    17 - All other Engineering majors combined
    17 - All others to include Undecided, Literature, History, and some others

    So, out of 114 players on their roster, 86 (or 75%) are not in any engineering disciplines. It would be interesting to see how this stacks up to our team and the other example in this thread, Stanford. If I can get to that info tomorrow, I will post here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJAK View Post
    Ummm, no. Literature, Media, and Communications is a Major. It falls right under the major “International Affairs & Modern Language” and above the major of “Public Policy”.

    It’s in the section that includes “Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies” and “International Affairs and Modern Languages”.

    There’s plenty of things to do there that does not include Engineering.
    I stand corrected. I read that college's website... I guess no institution is immune to that anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by CJAK View Post
    This all made me curious and I had some time to kill. Below is the breakdown of majors for this year's GT football team:

    69 - Business Administration
    11 - Mechanical Engineering
    17 - All other Engineering majors combined
    17 - All others to include Undecided, Literature, History, and some others

    So, out of 114 players on their roster, 86 (or 75%) are not in any engineering disciplines. It would be interesting to see how this stacks up to our team and the other example in this thread, Stanford. If I can get to that info tomorrow, I will post here.
    It used to be Management, which as it was described to me, is BA with the 1 and 2 level math, that was the most popular among athletes.

  8. #38

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    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    I don't see it. The Clampsons are the ACC at this time!

    https://www.foxsports.com/college-fo...n=2017&group=9
    Better teams overall than when O'leary was coaching in the ACC.

  9. #39

    Default Re: Paul Johnson disciples have their way at Army vs. Navy

    I actually WANTED to go to school for electrical engineering and could have gone to Tech on full scholarship. Went to GS instead for electrical engineering technology. If I had been an athlete as well Tech wouldn't have even been on my radar. Most 18 year old red blooded males are probably the same.

    BTW probably could have walked on as a place kicker but for Chris ****ing Chambers.

  10. #40

    Default Re: Paul Johnson disciples have their way at Army vs. Navy

    Quote Originally Posted by Soweagle View Post
    The ACC is much tougher lately.
    Quote Originally Posted by CJAK View Post
    This all made me curious and I had some time to kill. Below is the breakdown of majors for this year's GT football team:

    69 - Business Administration
    11 - Mechanical Engineering
    17 - All other Engineering majors combined
    17 - All others to include Undecided, Literature, History, and some others

    So, out of 114 players on their roster, 86 (or 75%) are not in any engineering disciplines. It would be interesting to see how this stacks up to our team and the other example in this thread, Stanford. If I can get to that info tomorrow, I will post here.
    Last I checked GT business program was one of the best in the country if not the world, Emory was the best in the state.
    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

    Quote Originally Posted by half-n-half View Post
    you missed JDC's point.

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