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

Tech depth chart released

12:49 pm May. 14, 2015

Georgia Tech released its post-spring depth chart Thursday. A few thoughts and numbers below:



Justin Thomas

Tim Byerly


Marcus Allen

Patrick Skov


Broderick Snoddy

Clinton Lynch


Isiah Willis

Qua Searcy

Wide receiver

Micheal Summers

Antonio Messick

Wide receiver

Ricky Jeune

Brandon Oliver

Left tackle

Bryan Chamberlain

Trey Klock

Left guard

Trey Braun

Eason Fromayan


Freddie Burden


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

ACC title game helped draw Skov to Tech

7:11 am May. 14, 2015

The ACC championship game between Georgia Tech and Florida State last December had the fifth highest viewership in college football for the entire pre-bowl season, with 10.1 million. viewers Perhaps the most important for Tech

Johnson, Waller impress at rookie minicamps

2:33 pm May. 11, 2015

Former Georgia Tech safety Isaiah Johnson and wide receiver Darren Waller received positive reports after their rookie minicamps, although presumably they’d have to try pretty hard for their coaches to criticize them publicly after their

Adam Smith explains transfer to Georgia Tech

7:36 am May. 11, 2015

When Adam Smith decided to play his final season as a graduate transfer at Georgia Tech, he was inundated with phone calls and text messages from family and friends in the Atlanta area. In a

What odds do Tech draftees face to make it in NFL?

9:07 pm May. 8, 2015

Georgia Tech draft picks Shaquille Mason, DeAndre Smelter and Darren Waller begin their professional careers with rookie mini-camps this weekend with the New England, San Francisco and Baltimore, respectively.

Not surprisingly, the chances aren’t great that

Ravens coveting Waller’s size

2:55 pm May. 7, 2015

At 6-foot-6 and 238 pounds, former Georgia Tech wide receiver Darren Waller was the tallest and biggest wide receiver in the draft. That clearly made an impression on Baltimore general manager Ozzie Newsome.

“We all covet