Pre-draft, Mason learning to play center

12:34 pm Feb. 27, 2015

Former Georgia Tech guard Shaquille Mason is expanding his skillset prior to Tech’s pro day March 13.

Mason, who is preparing for his audition in Johns Creek, has been practicing snaps and learning the center position

Tech’s Kel Johnson off to furious start

9:38 am Feb. 27, 2015

Georgia Tech right fielder Kel Johnson’s career is only eight games old. He hasn’t wasted time in beginning to realize the potential that coaches saw in recruiting him.

“I wouldn’t say I’m surprised that he’s off

Johnson, Schniederjans finalists for Atlanta Sports Awards

10:59 am Feb. 25, 2015

Georgia Tech football coach Paul Johnson and golfer Ollie Schniederjans were named finalists Tuesday for separate Atlanta Sports Awards.

Johnson, who led the Yellow Jackets to the ACC Coastal Division championship and their first major-bowl championship

3 takeaways from Tech-Louisville

3:25 pm Feb. 24, 2015

On the off chance you feel like reading more about Georgia Tech’s 52-51 loss to Louisville Monday.

1. One more gut punch of a loss. Tech was up 43-28 at the nine-minute mark and let Louisville slip off the hook. Just an awful way to lose.

Louisville is undoubtedly a worthy opponent, but the Yellow Jackets’ poor decisions and play, again, led them down the path. With 3:51 left in the

Waller runs 40 in 4.46

5:19 pm Feb. 23, 2015

Former Georgia Tech wide receiver Darren Waller wanted to finish the 40-yard dash at the NFL draft combine in under 4.5 seconds.


Waller was timed in 4.46 seconds, tied for the 17th fastest time out

Is Tech offense improving?

1:53 pm Feb. 20, 2015

It might not pass the eyeball test to many, but the numbers show that Georgia Tech has played significantly better offense in the past seven games of ACC play than the first seven. Mike Stamus

Combine interviews important for Waller

10:42 am Feb. 20, 2015

The most important aspect of former Georgia Tech wide receiver Darren Waller’s time at the NFL draft combine won’t be anything he does on the Lucas Oil Stadium field, according to draft expert Tony Pauline.


After mammoth debut, Kel Johnson ACC player of week

5:17 pm Feb. 17, 2015

Georgia Tech freshman Kel Johnson’s powerful debut this past weekend earned him a worthy honor – ACC player of the week. In three games to start the season, Johnson was 8-for-14 with two home runs and three doubles. He was 4-for-5 in Tech’s season opener Friday against St. John’s, becoming the first freshman to produce four hits in his debut since Derik Goffena in 1998.

The Jackets beat St. John’s Friday

3 takeaways from Tech-Clemson

12:01 pm Feb. 17, 2015

1. Freshman guard Tadric Jackson started in place of guard Chris Bolden, who was suspended indefinitely for “not adhering to the standards of our program,” coach Brian Gregory said. “We have high expectations for our

Digging into Tech’s last-minute woes

3:35 pm Feb. 16, 2015

Georgia Tech’s play in the final minutes of eight of its ACC games has been, if you’ve been paying any attention, rather costly. The Yellow Jackets have won two games handily (Miami and Wake Forest),