Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson channeled his inner McKayla Maroney on Tuesday.
Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson isn't exactly known for being easy to please.
It's not a surprise, therefore, that he left Tuesday's Yellow Jackets preseason practice underwhelmed with his team. This can get awkward for reporters trying to get insight on anything positive, as WSB-TV in Atlanta found out.
Asked by a reporter what he was encouraged by in practice, Johnson scrunched his face and bobbed his head side-to-side as he struggled to think of one thing.
"I don't know,” he finally said. “Quaterback's a good player. Most days.”
The face Johnson makes when pondering the question bears a striking resemblance to another famously not impressed person—Olympic medalist McKayla Maroney, who's face on the medal stand after winning silver in 2012 was forever etched as a popular meme.
The resemblance is uncanny.
You can view Johnson's full interview with WSB-TV in Atlanta below.
- Molly Geary