You're disappointed for the young men, and you're disappointed for the teamBall ineligible for Ga. Tech bowl game Dec 21, 2006
The perception is that they spread it around and throw it all over the ballparkFresno St-Georgia Tech Preview Dec 30, 2002
Any time you lose a back the caliber of Tony Hollings, it certainly affects your teamIn Sports from United Press International Sep 24, 2002
Any time you lose a back the caliber of Tony Hollings, it certainly affects your teamIn Sports from United Press International Sep 23, 2002
Any time you lose a back the caliber of Tony Hollings, it certainly affects your teamGa. Tech tailback out for season Sep 23, 2002
Thomas Chandler "Chan" Gailey, Jr. (born January 5, 1952) is the 15th and current head coach of the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. He was formerly head coach of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team and the Dallas Cowboys.
Gailey had previously served as offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins in 2000–01 when the Dolphins posted consecutive 11–5 records. He was on the Pittsburgh Steelers staff from 1994-97 when the Steelers won four straight AFC Central titles and coached in one Super Bowl (XXX). He was offensive coordinator in 1997 when Pittsburgh ranked sixth in the NFL in total offense and seventh in scoring. Gailey served as the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008 and three games of the 2009 pre-season before he was relieved of duties by Chiefs head coach Todd Haley.
Gailey was born in Gainesville, Georgia in 1952. He attended Americus High School in Americus, Georgia, where he was an Eagle Scout, and a letterman in high school football, basketball, baseball and golf. In football, he was an all-state selection as quarterback. Gailey graduated from Americus High School in 1970.