ATLANTA — Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is celebrating the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game with a new contract.
Georgia Tech athletic director Mike Bobinski announced Saturday it has reached an agreement with Johnson on a four-year contract extension through 2020.
Johnson’s current contract was set to expire after the 2016 season.
Bobinski said in a statement the extension “reflects our confidence in the solid foundation coach Johnson has built for the future success of our program.”
The No. 11 Yellow Jackets play No. 4 Florida State in the ACC championship game on Saturday night.
Johnson is 58-34 in seven seasons at Georgia Tech. This is the Yellow Jackets’ third ACC championship game appearance under Johnson.