News:Vad Lee completed 2-of-5 passes for 26 yards, a touchdown and an interception, while rushing 10 times for 52 yards in Monday's Sun Bowl against Southern Cal.
Analysis:Vad Lee did most of his damage on a 23 yard pass, and 24 yard rush. He struggled in the second half, and gave way to Tevin Washington. Lee will get the keys to this offense in 2013, and comes with tremendous upside. There will be growing pains, but his Week 11 performance at North Carolina (169 yards passing, 112 rushing, three TDs,) give you an idea of what he's capable of.
News:Vad Lee completed 4-of-12 passes for 65 yards and an interception, while rushing for 42 yards on eight carries Saturday at Georgia.
Analysis:Vad Lee hasn't done much of anything in his last two outings, and figures to have his hands full against a FSU defense this Saturday. He's shown his potential, and remains a solid choice heading into 2013 however.
News:Vad Lee ran 23 times for 124 yards and two touchdowns, and completed 6-of-10 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown Saturday at North Carolina.
Analysis:Vad Lee entered during the third series of the game, and didn't allow Tevin Washington to return, leading scoring drives on nine of his 12 possessions. Head coach Paul Johnson didn't commit to Lee as his starter moving forward, but the youngster is getting better by the week.
News:Vad Lee replaced a struggling Tevin Washington on Saturday against BYU, and appears to have given head coach Paul Johnson something to think about regarding who starts against Maryland, notes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Analysis:Vad Lee didn't exactly impress against the Cougars, but clearly represents the future, and this is a change that's been weeks in the making. No official announcement is expected quickly.
News:Vad Lee completed 2-of-6 passes for 89 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Boston College, and ran 11 times for 62 yards and another score.
Analysis:Vad Lee had a good week in practice, and head coach Paul Johnson told reporters after the game that Lee's role will continue to grow if he keeps practicing well.
News:Vad Lee didn't do anything during the Yellow Jackets bye week to earn additional playing time, notes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Analysis: "Vad needs to earn more time. I'm not big on giving somebody something that they don't take just because somebody thinks he ought to have it," offered head coach Paul Johnson. Tevin Washington will remain the starter in Atlanta for the forseeable future.
News:Vad Lee is being brough along "as fast as he can come" by coaches, and "he'll play more and more" as it warrants, head coach Paul Johnson tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Analysis: It doesn't sound as though the Jackets are considering an outright switch to Vad Lee from starter Tevin Washington, but Georgia Tech has already lost three games, and travels to Clemson Saturday. As the losses pile up, Lee should see more and more snaps as he prepares to take the reigns a year from now.
News:Vad Lee hit on all four of his passes for 41 yards Saturday against Middle Tennessee State, while rushing for 23 yards on two tries.
Analysis: Georgia Tech sits at 2-3, and it's time to speculate on Vad Lee. He's the future of this offense, and that future could start sooner than 2013.
News:Vad Lee ran eight times for 59 yards and two touchdowns Saturday against Virginia.
Analysis: His first score came after starter Tevin Washington missed a play after losing his helmet, but Vad Lee added a 41-yard scoring scamper late. File this highlight reel in your memory bank for next season, when Lee will likely take over the Georgia Tech offense.
News:Vad Lee should move up the depth chart if Synjyn Days moves to A-Back, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Analysis: If Days is moved to running back, Vad Lee would be in line to see some meaningful snaps this season in preparation to take over for Tevin Washington in 2013, when he could see a major spike in fantasy value.
News: When questioned about freshman quarerback Vad Lee, Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson was particularly vague regarding the youngster's future.
Analysis: You can read the AJC for the particlar quotes. It's worth noting that beat writer Ken Sugiura doesn't think there is much to see here, but the minor speculation was printed nonetheless. It's hard to see Lee leaving an offense he is perfectly designed to run, but stranger things have happened. It's one of many interesting stories to track through the winter.
News: Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee is likely to redshirt this season.
Analysis: In a radio interview, head coach Paul Johnson offered "He'll be much better as a fifth-year senior." That sums it up, as Johnson said he would not use Lee in mop up duty. Injuries are always possible in this option offense, but for now, Lee is only a dynasty league hold.