GEORGIA TECH RUMORS & GOSSIP
Over the weekend, Georgia Tech added a guard in USF transfer Josh Heath. Heath, the son of former USF coach Stan Heath, has precedent on his side in terms of being immediately eligible.
In theory Heath would have to sit out the 2014-15 season per NCAA transfer rules, but the case of former Pitt guard Trey Zeigler raises the question of whether or not Georgia Tech should consider...
FSU faces Georgia Tech in Atlanta at 1pm to try to avoid being swept in the series.
In what seems like a last ditch move to find a new tenant for the Georgia Dome, unconfirmed reports are surfacing that the City of Atlanta and the Georgia World Congress Center Authority have entered into an agreement with Georgia Tech for the Yellow Jackets to move their football games to the Georgia Dome once […]
It’s less than a week until the Georgia Tech football team begins spring practice (Monday 3/24 to be exact), and football fever is already starting to set in for Jackets fans. Beginning Monday, there will be 14 practice sessions leading up to the April 18th spring game (15 sessions total). “We’re excited to get started,” […]
Georgia Tech officials have announced that the "T" stolen off the "Tech" sign on Tech Tower has been recovered. The "T" was returned by the student that had removed it. The student's name has not been released. Campus police are currently determining what. if any, charges should be filed. "Georgia Tech continues to be concerned about the...
Most university “traditions” are supported by the school – either officially or on the down low. But not the stealing of the “T” at Georgia Tech – at least, not anymore.
Tuesday, it was widely reported that someone (most likely a group of students) stole the “T” from the Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Administration Building, also known as the Tech Tower. It’s the...
Jamal Golden will have the option to play two more seasons with Georgia Tech after the NCAA granted him a medical hardship waiver for the 2013 season.
Golden suffered a shoulder injury that required season-ending surgery after just three games of action in 2013. The speedy defensive back and return specialist now has two years of eligibility left with the Yellow Jackets.
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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February 23, 2014
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
Georgia Tech outrebounded No. 6 Maryland, launched 80 field-goal attempts and got 27 points from freshman Kaela Davis.
It wasn't enough.
Although the Yellow Jackets gave the Terrapins everything they could handle in a 92-81 defeat Sunday, coach MaChelle Joseph has been around too long to look for silver linings or moral victories.
She did, however, derive some satisfaction...
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January 19, 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
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...
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Vlad Lee will not return to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets for the 2014 season. Lee intends to transfer and play out his final two years of college eligibility at another school.
Thus far no reason has been given for Lee’s decision to transfer but he probably felt his time at quarterback as up.
For the season, Lee went 82-of-180 for 1,561 yards with 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions...