Georgia Tech Target Demetris Robertson commits to Cal


In a bit of an unexpected twist, 5* Demetris Robertson committed to Cal today from the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta. After all signs pointed to uga for several weeks, Georgia Tech fans will be relieved to know that the Jackets will likely not have to play against Robertson during his college career. Throughout the process, Robertson expressed his desire study Civil Engineering, and he committed to the number 1 program in the nation for that course of study. It's hard to get upset at a recruit who sticks to his word like Robertson. We wish Demetris the best of luck!

Joey Rants on Spring Game Attendance "Contests"


Acting like spring game attendance levels matter? You can keep it. I'm not interested.

Recruiting: 5-Star ATH Demetris Robertson to Announce Decision May 1


Our long wait for Demetris Robertson's decision is nearly over. He'll announce his commitment this Sunday afternoon at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.

Joey Recaps Georgia Tech's Spring Game with MarkRogersTV


Offensive line struggles, new faces on the field, and more! Check it out!

CPJ on How to Replace & Fix Satellite Camps


Once again, Paul Johnson is the nation's voice of reason in college football. He presented SI with a reasonable solution to the "satellite camp" issue, that would certainly help to make things a lot more fair for everyone in recruiting. Check it out.

Joey Previews Georgia Tech's Spring Game on BuzzTalkRadio


I hopped on to the BuzzTalkRadio podcast earlier this week to preview this weekend's match-up between the White and Gold squads! Take a listen.

QUICK NOTE: Early in the podcast, I stated that Meiko Dotson had left the team. I was thinking of Dante Wigley, and misspoke. Dotson is still on the team and competing well in spring practice.

"Fill Bobby Dodd Stadium" Campaign Appears on Social Media


As the title suggests, a campaign to "Fill Bobby Dodd Stadium" for the Georgia Tech spring game this Saturday has popped up on social media over the last couple of days. What's interesting is that the campaign appears to be totally organic -- there has been no official acknowledgement or endorsement of it from any official GT Athletics social media account. You in, Jacket fans?

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Josh Pastner's First Week at Georgia Tech


Here's a neat look from the GTAA at some of Pastner's travel to Atlanta and coaching thus far with his new players.

Four Programs Receive Public Recognition for APR Scores


Georgia Tech's football, golf, men's swimming and diving, and volleyball teams were recognized this week for being in the top 10 percent nationally in APR. The recognition for the football team is the third under Paul Johnson (all in the last four years), while the golf team has received the recognition in each of the 11 years of the NCAA's APR program.

Congrats to all of the student-athletes involved for their classroom success!

Georgia Tech football has a team motto for this year


After a team meeting, it was suggested that the Jackets come up with a mantra to rally behind. The motto 'Put In' will be this year's team slogan, as the Jackets prepare for the upcoming season and seek to put 2015 behind them. Rising senior safety Corey Griffin explains that "This year, our team slogan is 'Put In'. So that means every day, every rep, give it all you got and put in. We've bought into it."