GEORGIA TECH RUMORS & GOSSIP
Augusta Aquinas High School (GA)running back Ruben Garnett was one of many visitors to Georgia Tech this past Saturday. Tech is looking at the junior running back as an A-Back in Coach Paul Johnson’s spread option offense.
LaGrange High School (GA) athlete Mon Denson is being recruited to play on both sides of the ball. The versatile junior spent the day Saturday in Atlanta learning more about Georgia Tech and their plans for him.
Daniel Miller scored 14 points with nine rebounds and Trae Golden finished with 14 points and eight assists, lifting the host Yellow Jackets in their regular-season finale.
Miller, a senior playing his final home game, finished 6-for-7 from the field for Georgia Tech (15-16, 6-12 ACC), which shot 49 percent from the field four days after upsetting No. 7 Syracuse on Tuesday. Robert...
Winton Wood High School (OH) offensive lineman George Brown holds over 35 offers. One of those offers is from Georgia Tech. Following a trip to Auburn on Friday, Brown and some teammates made the trip to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech the next day.
The 2014 College Football Hall of Fame ballot has been announced, and former Georgia Tech quarterback and 1999 Heisman Trophy runner-up Joe Hamilton is one of the names voters will have to ponder. Hamilton, who currently works as part of the Tech football staff, is lauded as one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play […]
In recent years, Georgia Tech has had success recruiting players from Good Counsel, Maryland. Cornerback Roger Richardson is the latest player from Good Counsel that Georgia Tech hopes to add to that recent success.
Georgia Tech wide receiver Darren Waller will miss the first two games of the 2014 season due to a suspension.
The school announced the suspension on Friday, stating simply that Waller had committed "a violation of team rules." The two games Waller will miss are the Yellow Jacket's opener against Wofford as well as Tulane.
Waller played in all 12 games for the Yellow...
Georgia Tech coach MaChelle Joseph knew Maryland presented a major matchup problem in the paint.
It hardly helped that Kaela Davis, Tyaunna Marshall and other Yellow Jackets weren't patient enough in trying to win one-on-one matchups on offense.
''I'm sure it was with good intention that each player was trying to make a play,'' Joseph said. ''But...
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14 days ago
The 2014 college baseball season has begun, and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are off to a slow start in the early going, starting with a 1-3 record to open the season. The Jackets have dropped three straight after an opening day 6-5 win over Old Dominion. There are still a few non-conference games to […]
Georgia Tech did a lot of things right against No. 2 Notre Dame, just not enough to overcome its 31 percent shooting.
Aaliyah Whiteside had a career-high 21 points, the Yellow Jackets outrebounded Notre Dame, doubled the Fighting Irish in second-chance points, and scored 22 points off of 15 turnovers, yet still lost 87-72 on Monday night.
''We weren't able to make those...
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20 days ago
National Signing Day was just a week ago, but that doesn’t mean is isn’t to soon to start talking about who Paul Johnson and his staff need to look at closely for next year’s class. There will be some needs to address next season for the Georgia Tech recruiting staff, and since the recruiting job is never-ending, it’s best to start looking now. There will be several top...
Georgia Tech suddenly has an opening on its 2014 football schedule after Tulane canceled a four-game series with the Yellow Jackets.
The teams were scheduled to meet on Sept. 6 in the projected opening of Tulane's new campus stadium in New Orleans.
But Georgia Tech announced Friday that Yulman Stadium may not be completed on time, and the schools couldn't agree on a later...
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January 24, 2014
A strange 24 hours for Georgia Tech continued with a report that coach Paul Johnson is unhappy and wants out, followed by a text from the coach himself refuting the news.
A source told CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman that Johnson is hoping the school will exercise his buyout of $7.5 million. But Johnson responded, sending a text to CoachingSearch.com, which said "I have no...
Georgia Tech has begun 2014 searching for a new quarterback after Vad Lee announces he will transfer to another school.
Lee, a rising junior, went 7-6 as the Yellow Jackets' starter, ending his career in Monday's 25-17 loss to Mississippi at the Music City Bowl.
Though both Lee and coach Paul Johnson released statements Friday saying they appreciated the chance to work...
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January 03, 2014
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It appears Vad Lee is transferring after one season as Georgia Tech's starting quarterback, citing the triple-option offense as a reason.
The redshirt sophomore's intentions were first reported by Rivals website Jacketsonline.com.
The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder played in all 13 games this season, throwing for 1,561 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions and he ran for 513 yards...