While spring games are typically uneventful, this year’s game marked the beginning of a new chapter of Georgia Tech football. A record 21,194 fans came out to Bobby Dodd Stadium on April 26th for Georgia Tech’s first spring game under new head coach Geoff Collins. For many fans, there seems to be a rekindled excitement around Georgia Tech football after the retirement of 11-year head coach Paul Johnson and his polarizing flexbone offense. Whether you loved it or hated it, CPJ’s flexbone certainly gave the program some truly unforgettable moments and lasting memories. The Jackets used the first play of the spring game to give one final tribute to Paul Johnson and his flexbone system before introducing fans to the future of Georgia Tech football.