Remembering Mack Tharpe, a fallen Tech war hero

12:38 pm May. 25, 2015

Perhaps to most Georgia Tech fans, the name Mack Tharpe may strike a chord only as one of the two men for whom Tech’s athletics fund is named, the other being coaching great William Alexander.

However,

Jackets in play-in game at ACC tournament

2:47 am May. 19, 2015

Georgia Tech and Virginia’s baseball teams will duel Tuesday morning in Durham, N.C., with a spot in the ACC tournament at stake and under an unusual set of circumstances.

Both teams would appear to be far

Two more possible graduate transfers for Tech

11:13 am May. 18, 2015

Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory’s shopping for the summer is not quite finished.

Two graduate transfers from metro Atlanta have reportedly listed Tech as potential destinations. Tech is interested in both Richmond forward Alonzo Nelson-Ododa and

Tech to screen ‘Big Hero 6′ at Bobby Dodd

3:11 pm May. 15, 2015

The second summer for the Dodd After Dark series will begin Saturday evening at Bobby Dodd Stadium. The Georgia Tech Athletic Association will screen “Big Hero 6” starting at 8 p.m. gates open at 7

Swinney stands up for ACC

8:07 am May. 14, 2015

AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. – Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is not shy about standing up for the ACC and picking at what he perceives as media hype for the ACC, and he has a strong

Laskey, Days relish opportunities, fate

4:28 pm May. 4, 2015

It was a day to remember for a long time.

Zach Laskey took a draft phone call during Georgia Tech’s graduation ceremonies at McCamish Pavilion, which wouldn’t have been so big a deal except for that

Cumberland ball now at Edge Center

12:15 pm Apr. 29, 2015

The game ball from Georgia Tech’s historic 222-0 win over Cumberland in 1916 has returned home. The ball, won in an auction by Tech alumnus Ryan Schneider last fall for $40,388, was placed in a