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

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

Report: Price takes UNC Charlotte job

10:17 am Mar. 25, 2015

Georgia Tech great Mark Price has accepted the head coaching job at UNC Charlotte, according to a Wednesday report in the Charlotte Observer. Price has been an assistant coach with the Charlotte Hornets for the past two seasons.

It will be Price’s first job at the college level since he was an assistant to then-Tech coach Bobby Cremins in the 1999-2000 season. Price, one of six Tech players to have

Charlotte Hornets assistant coach Mark Price poses for a photo during the NBA basketball team's media day in Charlotte, N.C., Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Mark Price reportedly offered UNC Charlotte job

5:14 pm Mar. 24, 2015

Georgia Tech legend Mark Price is considering a job offer to be the next head coach at UNC Charlotte, according to an ESPN report Tuesday. Price has been an assistant coach with the Charlotte Hornets, formerly the Bobcats, for the past two seasons.

It would be Price’s first head coaching job at the college level. Price was a head coach at Whitefield Academy in Cobb County for one season and briefly

Kel Johnson out with sprained ankle

4:22 pm Mar. 24, 2015

Georgia Tech right fielder Kel Johnson will be out indefinitely with a sprained ankle suffered in the Yellow Jackets’ game against North Carolina.

Johnson, a freshman, had started all 23 games to that point with a

Demarco Cox couldn’t pass up Colts’ offer

12:45 pm Mar. 24, 2015

Demarco Cox’s eyes lit up when Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson asked him an unexpected question last Thursday.

“Do you want to be a Colt?”

The former Tech center was quick to answer in the affirmative,

Tech’s Demarco Cox signed by Colts

4:34 pm Mar. 19, 2015

Former Georgia Tech center Demarco Cox could have an unlikely future – as an NFL offensive tackle.

Cox, who recently completed his senior season with the Yellow Jackets after transferring from Ole Miss, signed as an

Tech professors forecast Final Four

9:25 am Mar. 19, 2015

Three Georgia Tech professors (and most of the rest of the country) predict that Kentucky will win the NCAA tournament.

Using their ranking system, Tech professors Joel Sokol, Paul Kvam and George Nemhauser (and Columbia professor Mark Brown) predict a Final Four of Arizona, Kentucky, Villanova and Gonzaga. You can look at their full bracket here.

It’s largely a safe bracket, with only two first-round upsets (not counting 8-9 games) –

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Some factors in decision to retain Brian Gregory

10:05 am Mar. 18, 2015

Observations and notes from Monday’s interview with Georgia Tech athletic director Mike Bobinski regarding the retention of coach Brian Gregory for the upcoming season.

1. Recruiting will not be easy. Barring unforeseen changes, the Jackets have

Notes: Buyout details in Gregory contract

8:45 pm Mar. 12, 2015

1. In case you missed it, I wrote a story for myajc and Thursday’s paper that included details about the buyout that Georgia Tech would be facing were it to dismiss coach Brian Gregory.

The short answer is $2.4 million, as detailed in his contract extension signed Nov. 2013, which the AJC obtained through an open records request.

It stipulates that he was to receive 100 percent of the first three