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Technical Tidbits 11/19: COFH Gets a Starting Time

What a surprise, it’s at noon!

NCAA Football: Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

I’m going to be honest, I’m probably only going to watch a few minutes of this game. After Tech’s showing this past Saturday, I am not looking forward to facing the dwags, but at least the game is going to be over with early in the day. In some interesting news, this will be the first non-ACCN/RSN Saturday game for Tech all season.

The AJC’s Mark Bradley rarely puts a positive spin on issues related to Georgia Tech, and this article is no different. Luckily, Bradley (and many other Tech fans, including myself) feel that this is the bare minimum for Georgia Tech Football. They have not played well consistently for the entire year, but there are many positives to look at. The 2020 recruiting class should be the best in years, Pressley Harvin III is still a monster, and Jordan Mason is one of the best RBs in the ACC. You have to go through the bad to get to the good, and I think that the good is just a couple of seasons away. As a fanbase, we just need to be patient.

This is a very inspiring story. Chaunte Lowe is one of the most accomplished Tech athletes in history, but has recently had some health struggles. The former Tech track star has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer, but is doing well and gave some time for an interview to the Everyday Champions magazine. The article is well worth your time.

The Georgia Tech golf team is one of the top five in the nation. This is a great signing class, with all three signees having qualities that will make them great Yellow Jackets. The three, Adam Bratton, Aidan Kramer, and Christo Lamprecht, will be replacing three graduating seniors, so there will be playing time early for the incoming freshman. Congratulations, and welcome to the Flats!

In other good prospect signing news, the Georgia Tech Softball team was able to add five to their roster for the upcoming year. The signees, all from either Georgia or Florida, will look to continue what Head Coach Aileen Morales is building. Tech Softball has improved a lot during her tenure, and there is much hope for the future. Keep it up, Jackets!

The Blue-Grey All-American Bowl is a series of high school prospect all-star games all around the United States. Current Tech QB commit Tucker Gleason will play in the one being held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, and OL commit Ryan Spiers will play in the game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Congratulations to the two #FutureJackets!

Question of the Day: What are your thoughts about tomorrow night’s basketball edition of COFH?