ATLANTA - Tevin Washington and David Sims finally feel like undisputed starters at Georgia Tech.
When the Yellow Jackets kick off the 2011 season on Thursday night against Western Carolina, Washington and Sims will lead a backfield that's been overhauled by coach Paul Johnson.
Washington started the final four games at quarterback last year after Joshua Nesbitt broke his arm, but it wasn't until summer camp was ending and fall semester began that the former reserve felt like a big man on campus.
The same can be said of Sims, a former quarterback who accepted Johnson's challenge to switch positions and earn a starting job at running back. Sims says his new job is what he lives for.