Something is brewing in Georgia Tech’s athletic department.

On Sunday, it was reported that the Georgia Tech Athletic Association had called a special meeting to be held on Monday. The meeting is potentially bad news for Yellow Jacket head coach Geoff Collins and athletic director Todd Stansbury.

At 10-28 overall and 1-2 to start this season ā€“ with the only win coming against FCS opponent Western Carolina ā€“ Collins’ tenure is something that has been in doubt.

Many believed that Collins would be the one to take the Jackets from the antiquated schemes played under head coach Paul Johnson, and transition the program into an ACC contender. However, after 3 consecutive 3-win seasons, that hasnā€™t happened. The Yellow Jackets have been outscored 183-10 by their prior Power 5 opponents ā€“ Notre Dame, Georgia, Clemson and Ole Miss.

Collins isn’t the only one feeling the flames. Stansbury was hired as athletic director in 2016 and was responsible for hiring Collins.

Since that time, he has been on the same disappointing 3-win seasons ride. Stansbury has previously stood by Collins, calling him “my guy”, and confirming Collins would return for the 2022 season.