ATLANTA - Paul Johnson says it shouldn't be difficult for his Georgia Tech players to remain humble and hungry after opening the season with five lopsided wins.
The No. 13 Yellow Jackets, who play Maryland on Saturday, have scored more points through five games than any Atlantic Coast Conference team since Florida State in 1995.
Running back Orwin Smith suggested after last week's win over N.C. State that the Yellow Jackets have not been tested. Johnson says he is far from satisfied and has given his players firm reminders he still expects improvement.
Johnson says he would be content only if the Yellow Jackets, who are averaging 52 points, score on every possession. So far they've scored in every quarter but one.