Some fans will go the extra mile so they can make it to every GT football game this Fall. For those who can’t, having the ACC Network available in their cable line-up will be a must-have. GT Hall of Famer Wes Durham explained what fans need to do to ensure their cable provider adds the ACC Network to their lineup. Here’s some of the coverage that will be included with the channel:
- 24/7 coverage of ACC sports
- Approximately 450 live events each year
- 40 football games
- 150 men’s and women’s basketball contests
Of course, Yellow Jacket fans are well aware that the inaugural game of the network will be Tech’s opener against Clemson. So, if you won’t be able to make it to that game or others, be sure to call your cable provider and request to have the ACC Network added to your lineup so that you won’t miss out on any of the games. More information is available at GetACC.com.
Pass rusher Kyle Kennard has committed to Georgia Tech. The news came yesterday when he made the announcement on Twitter. Of course, as he has before, Tech general manager Patrick Suddes hinted at the addition of a new recruit with one of his cryptic Tweets the night before:
Kennard is a three-star recruit who had multiple offers from various schools. At 6’6” and 215 lbs, he will add speed and size to the defensive line. It will be exciting to see him on The Flats.
This Tuesday, Georgia Tech’s football and men’s basketball student-athletes offered their assistance to their fellow students by helping them move into their dorms. I can’t say that I remember this program being available when I attended Tech. But I can assure you the assistance would have been welcomed on several occasions if it had been. Anyhow, a big thank you to the student-athletes for their generosity.
In GT tennis news, Rosie Garcia Gross has signed with the Yellow Jackets. Georgia Tech’s women’s tennis head coach Rodney Harmon announced the signing of the 5-star recruit. She has a strong track-record on the junior circuit and will be a great addition to the tennis team.