The Georgia Tech Athletic Association board has a special meeting scheduled for Monday where decisions could be made on embattled head coach Geoff Collins and athletic director Todd Stansbury.
A team official confirmed the meeting to ESPN, but did not provide further details. A Georgia Tech source told ESPN that changes are expected within the program on Monday.
Georgia Tech fell to 1-3 after Saturday’s 27-10 loss to UCF. The team also lost 42-0 to Ole Miss and 41-10 to Clemson to open the season.
Collins is 10-28 as Georgia Tech’s coach after arriving from Temple. Stansbury has led Georgia Tech’s athletic department since 2016. He hired Collins and brought him back after a disappointing 2021 season. If Georgia Tech fires Collins, industry sources don’t expect Stansbury to hire his replacement.
Collins will make approximately $3.3 million this season and has three years remaining on his entry-level contract with Georgia Tech. The team will visit defending ACC champion Pitt on Saturday.