Four graduate transfer targets for Jackets

6:08 pm Apr. 17, 2015

Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory and staff are hard at work trying to land a graduate transfer. At least three players have interest in the Yellow Jackets, according to reports.

Villanova guard Dylan Ennis, Providence forward

Texans showing heavy interest in Isaiah Johnson

5:22 pm Apr. 17, 2015

Former Georgia Tech safety Isaiah Johnson wasn’t invited to a pre-draft all-star game. He wasn’t among the more than 300 prospects brought to the NFL draft combine.

He did receive, though, a call that is arguably

5 Tech notes, including Hunt-Days update

6:57 am Apr. 16, 2015

1. Georgia Tech defensive tackle Jabari Hunt-Days’ efforts to regain his academic eligibility were given an encouraging report by coach Paul Johnson. Hunt-Days lost his eligibility last May after falling behind the NCAA’s standard for

Tech Tuesday Review: Summers pressing to improve

1:30 pm Apr. 14, 2015

1. Georgia Tech wide receiver Micheal Summers’ work in spring practice has evidently been something less than spectacular.

Consistent play is the commodity coaches crave, and none of the Yellow Jackets have been able to provide

3 points from Tech spring practice

12:48 pm Apr. 13, 2015

Some odds and ends from spring practice.

1. Paul Johnson on backup defensive tackle Francis Kallon: “Really, Francis is the key. If we can work Francis inside, then that frees Pat (Gamble) to play outside.”

Gamble figures

P.J. Davis taking ‘cowboy’ out of his game

4:19 pm Apr. 10, 2015

Typically, a most improved player in spring practice is a redshirt freshman or a player who was a backup the previous year, someone with space to advance his game by a considerable margin. As such,

Days, Laskey hoping to get their shot

2:54 pm Apr. 9, 2015

Synjyn Days and Zach Laskey were driving forces behind Georgia Tech’s record-setting offense in 2014, taking turns driving up the middle for hard-earned yards. The two friends, who anointed themselves as “Ebony and Ivory,” finished

Tech Tuesday Review

10:00 am Apr. 7, 2015

1. A demonstration may not have been necessary, or certainly desired, but Georgia Tech’s spring practice has provided a confirming example of why coach Paul Johnson has made building offensive-line depth such a priority.

Injuries have