I am honestly emotionally upset that Georgia Tech has allowed themselves to stoop to such a level to allow for a Tech alum to selfishly buy the rights to name the basketball coliseum after himself. William Alexander was the successor of John Heisman, the predecessor of Bobby Dodd and now years later his family has figuratively been shown the door. Money talks, tradition dies. But hey, at least the family was asked if they wanted to purchase the naming rights. That's fair right? Right?
I was sitting on an airplane to Indiana when the question struck me:
Does this action by the GTAA allow for how much room to re-name Bobby Dodd Stadium and Grant Field?
What do you think?