With the NFL Draft having started last evening, there’s naturally a lot of buzz surrounding the football world, whether it’s at the professional or collegiate level. In news regarding the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team’s upcoming season, there’s some clarity regarding its schedule. In particular, the game against Notre Dame. The two schools recently announced that the game will kick off at 2:30 p.m. ET and it will be televised nationally on NBC as the article points out. Also mentioned in the article are ticket sales. Season tickets are starting at $299. The “Mayhem at MBS” will take place on Sept. 25 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium when Georgia Tech hosts North Carolina.
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This article breaks down just how the Yellow Jackets baseball team can still be considered contenders for a spot in the NCAA baseball tournament. The reasoning is based on projections by Baseball America. According to the projection Georgia Tech was selected as a No. 3 seed in their regional. So, despite their less than stellar record, the Yellow Jackets are a bubble team and very well could end up in the postseason. May will be the final month of the regular season.
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets softball team will be wrapping up their season with a game against Virginia. As the article mentions, both teams are competing for a spot in the ACC Tournament. The series starts today at 2:00 PM and will continue through the weekend. #GoJackets
This would be an interesting move. Bruce Jordan-Swilling played running back in high school and switched to linebacker while at Tech. As he displayed in this year’s spring game, he does have a knack for the position. Though, it will be a challenging battle to become RB1 or RB2 considering the depth that the Yellow Jackets have at that position. So, as I said, I think this will make for an interesting story to follow.
In what round do you think Pressley Harvin III will be drafted?