As a service to metro Atlantans during the winter storm, the AJC is offering free access to the online newspaper (a PDF-style version of the printed paper; link here) and myajc.com. For those of you who are not subscribers, I hope you’ll take advantage of both. Today’s paper is packed with valuable and insightful information about the storm. Myajc.com has all of the content that goes into the paper as well as the online blog content in a cleaner format than ajc.com.
If you’ve got time on your hands, I’ve included 11 links to Georgia Tech stories that my colleagues and I have written that will help catch you up and give you a taste of what you’ve been missing. I certainly encourage you to poke around on the site. It has a search box to look for stories by subject or writer. There are far worse ways to spend an hour or two reading Steve Hummer’s stuff.
The athletic department may try a different tack to raise revenue
Thoughts and insights on the Jackets’ 21 signees
Johnson rendered his opinion on the class
Jeff gave his own take on the class and Johnson
Thomas shared his thoughts on rising to the top of the depth chart
With the help of a Tech grad, Mark looked back at the momentous decision
The AD addressed the state of the football team and gave thoughts on scheduling
A great piece from Steve on Carlson, an engineering major gave up football to focus on studies
Two years a scout-teamer, Hankins shared his determination to improve
He shared a great story on his accidental start in football.
Tech trainer Jay Shoop gave his reasons for why he nominated Godhigh
My man (Steve) came through with his unique take on a unique player