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Groh, the former head coach at the University of Virginia, was fired from Georgia Tech after the team suffered it’s third straight loss this weekend.
Through six games, Groh’s defense was allowing more than 31 points a contest. Things had gotten much worse, however, during Tech’s current three-game losing skid, in which the Yellow Jackets have allowed 42, 49, and 47 points to their opponents.
After Saturday’s 47-31 loss to Clemson, head coach Paul Johnson decided it was time for a change and fired Groh.