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There are plenty of reasons Paul Johnson is eager to start the 2014 football season.
Mar 4, 2014; Syracuse, NY, USA; Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets forward Robert Carter, Jr. dribbles past Syracuse Orange guard Tyler Ennis during the second half of a game at the Carrier Dome.
Generally, the Jets currently enjoy a strong sense of optimism. Specifically, the team still has some players about whom there is concern.
An impressive spring and summer camp tour led to offers from multiple schools, and a commitment to Georgia Tech for Hahnville wide receiver Brandon Singleton.The 6-0, 170-pound receiver chose the Yellow Jackets over Grambling, Northwestern State, University of Louisiana-Monroe and others.
One of my favorite parts of Training Camp is when a handful of "unknown" players come out of nowhere every year to make a name for themselves during the practices.
Hallelujah!!! We finally got some good news on the Flats! After getting one set of twins during recruiting last season, Georgia Tech added another set in the form of Brad and Scott Morgan, who become commits 15 and 16. The Morgan twins come from Etowah High School in Woodstock, GA.
Our series continues today with a little thunder from 'Down Under' that should be making a huge impact on the defensive line.
GREENSBORO, N.C. If you need to find Quayshawn Nealy this summer, head to the Georgia Tech College of Computing.
Georgia Tech and Pitt played in a pivotal game late in early November last season, and the Yellow Jackets essentially did all they could to give Pitt the game.
Jan. 3, 2013; Glendale, AZ, USA; Detail view of the Oregon Ducks helmet during the second half against the Kansas State Wildcats during the Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The ACC's Coastal Division is wide open entering the 2014 season. With six of seven teams receiving at least one first-place vote in the preseason media poll, the possibilities for how this race shakes out are seemingly endless.
Now that we've finished looking at impact players on the offensive side of the football, we are going to move to the defensive side.
Former Callaway Cavalier KeShun Freeman wasn't at the ACC media days in Greensboro, N.C., but his name did come up.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 01:01 am
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