RB Target Marcus Marshall Sets Announcement Date


Planning to make my college decision on January 27th!!

Marcus Marshall's Twitter

Potential Georgia Tech AB/BB Marcus Marshall has announced that he'll make his college decision January 27 -- the Tuesday following his visit to Georgia Tech, and 8 days before National Signing Day. It's his only visit currently scheduled, and he's also considering Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, and James Madison. Keep an eye on FTRS for more news on this.

Georgia Tech WR Commit Brandon Singleton on Other Offers


"If UGA offers or anybody else offers, I’m committed to Georgia Tech," Singleton said. "Of course, if more offers come, I’d have to sit down and talk with my parents about where I would be happy at. For now, that place is Georgia Tech."

UGA flirts with Georgia Tech football commit

Tony Zenon Will Miss Orange Bowl


Georgia Tech will be without leading receiver DeAndre Smelter (ACL) and running back Tony Zenon (ACL).

The Miami Herald

ESPN's Andrea Adelson Speaks Our Minds For Us


The spin needs to stop, because good teams exist beyond the SEC banner. The ACC just proved that in a big way.

Fact: ACC delivers message to SEC - ESPN

It was a banner weekend for the ACC, and yet nobody wants to give them credit, even now. Andrea Adelson says 'enough'.



117 fans attended Georgia Tech’s spring game?

from Crystal Ball Run

Tonight's Starters


Tonight's pitching matchup: UGA LHP Patrick Boling (3-2, 3.32) vs GT LHP @ben_parr_95 (3-1, 2.62)

— From the Rumble Seat (@FTRSBlog) April 15, 2014 FTRS on Twitter

Vad Lee To Transfer to James Madison

Best of luck and best wishes to @_VL2 as he moves on from #GaTech to continue his career at James Madison University! - @FTRSLilBroey

Rumors are Rumors


Word is #GaTech coach Paul Johnson is not happy with the school. Hopes they buy him out, according to a source.

Marcus Georges-Hunt is a finalist for the U19 All-Star Team


Congrats to #GaTech wing Marcus Georges-Hunt for making the USA U19 All-Star team. -Kelly Quinlan (@Kelly_Quinlan)

Hacking. Paul Johnson, M.D. and coach at Georgia Tech, read the diagnostics quickly enough in...

Hacking. Paul Johnson, M.D. and coach at Georgia Tech, read the diagnostics quickly enough in firing Al Groh six games into the season. Clearly a fan of amputation, Dr. Johnson performed the operation after the Georgia Tech defense gave up more than 40 points in three straight games. This stretch included a 49-28 loss to Middle Tennessee State, whose only other 40-point game came against Memphis. This alone justifies the amputation. Proceed with your practice, Coach Johnson. The Alphabetical, Week 6 -- Spencer Hall