Meet Our Coaches

Former Minnesota Vikings kicker Scott Sisson still has more career game winning field goals than any other kicker in Georgia Tech history.  Scott Blair still has the highest career percentage in field goal conversion.

Scott Sisson, VikingsThe ‘Scotts’ are kicking coaches who have experienced many, if not most of the things their students hope to achieve. They’ve been there, and they now aspire to help other young kickers accomplish as much or more.

Our Coaches have kicked for Division I football teams, ACC championship games, National Championship games and NFL games including Monday Night Football. Together they’ve accomplished personal goals in kicking at every level including high school All-County, All-State, All-ACC, All-America, the NFL Draft, Monday Night Football, multiple NFL game winning field goals, D1 bowl records, and even induction into the Hall Of Fame for a D1 college (Georgia Tech).  They’ve personally experienced both the ultimate highs and lows of kicking and lived to tell the tales!

“FGK coaches can speak the language because they’ve been there at every level, that means everything.”

Scott Sisson
Scott Sisson
Scott Sisson was the kicker for the 1990 Georgia Tech national championship team. He was drafted into the NFL in 1992 and finished his professional career with the Minnesota Vikings in 1996. Today Scott is a Lou Groza voting panelist for the annual Placekicking Award which selects the nation’s top field goal kicker each year. Scott and his wife Beth live in North Georgia with their two kids and lots of animals.

  • Georgia Tech Hall of Fame – Placekicker
  • First Team All-America Selection, 1992
  • NFL Placekicker, 5th Round Draft Pick
  • Lou Groza Placekicking Award Finalist
  • GT 1990 National Championship Team
  • GT All-Time Football Team
  • Leads all GT kickers with career game winners
  • 50 Greatest GT Athletes of the 20th Century
Scott Blair
Scott Blair
Scott Blair entered Georgia Tech as a walk-on and became the first kicking specialist since 1983 (and one of only two in Georgia Tech history) to handle both placekicking AND punting for the school. He was then awarded a full scholarship by coach Paul Johnson and finished his career as the school’s career field goal percentage leader. Scott and his wife Christy live in North Georgia.

  • Highest single season FG% in Tech History
  • Highest career FG% in Tech history
  • Handled all kicking/punting duties
  • ACC Championship record 4-4 FG
  • ACC All-Academic Team
  • Multiple ACC Specialist of the week
  • Lou Groza Star of the week
  • All-State: Georgia High School