Found November 09, 2011 on
The NCAA unveiled the logo for the 2013 Final Four on Tuesday, which will be held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Georgia Tech will be the host school for the event, which will celebrate its 75th anniversary. Atlanta first hosted the event in 1977 when Marquette won the national title and has hosted it twice in the last 10 years, when Maryland bagged the 2002 championship and when Florida won it all four years ago for its second straight title. The logo includes a peach, a fruit commonly associated with the state. Check out the logo below. Logo via...
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Allatoona running back Miles Jones recently made a return trip to Bobby Dodd Stadium for Georgia Tech’s game with Clemson. Jones has Georgia Tech as his favorite and is hoping to get an offer.
Brian Gregory gets his man in Robert Carter and the Yellow Jackets are looking good on the recruiting trail.
Brian Gregory met with the media Tuesday before Tech's practice, three days before his debut as the Yellow Jackets head coach against Florida A&M, 8 p.m. Friday at the Arena at Gwinnett.
Robert Carter, ranked No. 21 in the ESPNU 100 for 2012, has decided to play at Georgia Tech for new coach Brian Gregory.
The Georgia Tech women's basketball team will open its quest for a sixth straight 20 win season and sixth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth when it opens the 2011-12 season against Alabama State on Friday, Nov. 11, at 5:30 p.m. at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.