He is funny with homespun syrup mouth jokes but they are funny and then in part four he starts telling folks about how Tech was successful during his tenure at the helm.....
Ha Ha... It may have been Frank Howard who first laid that description (syrup mouth) on Bobby. I recall seeing the Frank Howard show on Greenville, SC TV station a week before we played and beat (we always beat Clemson) them one year. Ole Frank (with his slow country drawl) said something to the effect of he "couldn't wait to hear what old syrup mouth would say (about whatever)." Bobby, on his show, said that he and Coach Howard loved playing against each other because Georgie Tech would always get a win and Clemson would always get some much-needed revenue. It was all just good natured ribbing between good friends.
For the youngsters: Things were much different in those days...Tech filled its stadium and Clemson didn't; furthermore, Grant Field was larger than Clemson's stadium back in the day. They played in Atlanta each time rather than rotate (same with Auburn and same with the Tech/UGA freshman game*) because Tech had a larger stadium and drew sellout crowds.
*btw: The Tech/UGA freshman game, played each Thanksgiving Day, regularly drew in excess of 40,000 fans. The revenue went as a donation to Scottish-Rite Children's Hospital. The slogan for the game was "Strong legs run so weak legs may walk."