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How Harrison Butker aced the NFL draft combine

11:45 am Mar. 8, 2017

Former Georgia Tech kicker Harrison Butker had one principal challenge at the NFL combine last week in Indianapolis, and it wasn’t answering the question about whether he was more similar to a cat or a

Fifty years ago this month at Georgia Tech…

4:02 pm Feb. 28, 2017

It was 50 years ago this month that Georgia Tech coach Bobby Dodd retired after 22 years and 165 wins. The news, broken by the Atlanta Journal’s Furman Bisher on February 6, came as a

Freddie Burden’s lofty praise of Parker Braun

9:00 am Feb. 27, 2017

Former Georgia Tech center Freddie Burden has not lacked for teammates who were renowned for their effort. Among a long list, the labors of former Yellow Jackets Shaquille Mason and Adam Gotsis helped them secure

Career moment for Tech great Wes Durham

1:38 pm Feb. 3, 2017

Wes Durham has called a Final Four and an Orange Bowl. He has played golf at Augusta National and St. Andrew’s. He’s no stranger to the rodeo, at least figuratively speaking. Dave Archer has been

Why Tech’s defense may have taken a big step forward

11:40 am Feb. 2, 2017

One of the first things that Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson brought up in his signing day news conference Wednesday was his excitement about the athleticism in the signing class, particularly on defense.

“I think we’ve

24 tweets for 24 Georgia Tech signees

5:00 am Feb. 2, 2017

Georgia Tech signees and those close to them took to Twitter Wednesday to celebrate and document national signing day. This is what it looked like.

Defensive end Cortez Alston

Cornerback Jaytlin Askew

Cornerback Gentry Bonds

Safety/athlete Tariq Carpenter

Offensive lineman Charlie

Georgia Tech national signing day live blog

10:04 pm Jan. 31, 2017

Georgia Tech’s signing day class is complete. The Yellow Jackets received 24 letters of intent from players from across the state of Georgia and six other states, including Hawaii and California. Said coach Paul Johnson,