Tech associate AD Bamford hired at Massachusetts

9:41 am Mar. 23, 2015

Georgia Tech senior associate athletic director Ryan Bamford has accepted the athletic director position at Massachusetts, according to a report in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.

Bamford has been at Tech since 2011 first as an associate athletic director hired by then-AD Dan Radakovich and promoted to senior associate AD by Mike Bobinski. He has overseen operations for football, men’s basketball and baseball. Among his responsibilities was football scheduling.

Bamford has New

5 notes ahead of Tech spring practice

4:41 pm Mar. 20, 2015

Georgia Tech will begin spring practice Monday with the first of 15 practice sessions that will conclude with the spring game April 17 at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

1. For Georgia Tech coaches, the week leading up

Key early series for No. 21 Tech

10:17 am Mar. 20, 2015

At this early date, the Georgia Tech baseball team has a chance to differentiate itself in its weekend series against North Carolina at Russ Chandler Stadium.

The Yellow Jackets, ranked No. 21 by Collegiate Baseball, can

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

Johnson gaining notice after pro day

3:01 pm Mar. 19, 2015

Former Georgia Tech safety Isaiah Johnson’s solid showing at his pro day last Friday has already paid dividends.

The Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots have all gotten in touch with Johnson or

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

Paul Hewitt fired by George Mason

11:11 am Mar. 16, 2015

Former Georgia Tech coach Paul Hewitt was fired Monday by George Mason. In Hewitt’s four seasons there, the Patriots’ record was 66-67.

This season George Mason was 9-22, 4-14 in the Atlantic 10. This was George