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Macon Telegraph May 2, 2015

Macon native Smelter drafted by San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers drafted Macon native DeAndre Smelter Saturday afternoon in the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
Augusta Chronicle Apr 27, 2015

Spring practice marked by change in ACC Coastal

Plenty has changed around the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division in the past few months. Pittsburgh has a new coach who previously won a league championship as a defensive coordinator. North Carolina has a new defensive coordinator who previously won a national title as a head coach. Miami is looking for a new Duke Johnson, while the Duke Blue Devils will have a new quarterback. read more
Ledger-Enquirer Apr 27, 2015

Georgia Tech rallies past Clemson

ATLANTA — Georgia Tech scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the 10th inning to edge Clemson 5-4 on Sunday.
Ledger-Enquirer Apr 25, 2015

White homers twice to lead Clemson over Tech 11-3

ATLANTA -- Eli White homered twice and drove in four runs to power Clemson to an 11-3 win over Georgia Tech Saturday at Russ Chandler Stadium.
Macon Telegraph Apr 20, 2015

Georgia Tech lines up series with Central Florida

Central Florida is currently coached by former Georgia Tech head coach George O'Leary.
Macon Telegraph Apr 20, 2015

Ken Sugiura talks Georgia Tech football

Georgia Tech wrapped up spring practice Friday night.
Macon Telegraph Apr 19, 2015

Allen makes a big move at B-back for Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech wrapped up spring practice Friday night with its spring game.
Ledger-Enquirer Apr 18, 2015

Georgia Tech's Allen looks to be leading candidate at B-back position

ATLANTA -- It might have come by default, but Georgia Tech appears to have identified its leading candidate to start at B-back.
Augusta Chronicle Apr 18, 2015

Spring is about college football as well as the Masters

While many of us had our eyes trained on the lush grounds of Augusta National and Jordan Spieth’s record-setting green jacket campaign, other diehards gathered for that most useless of seasonal sporting traditions – spring football games. These glorified practice sessions five months before anything matters draw thousands of football-starved fans. Nearly 47,000 showed up on a glorious Saturday afternoon to watch Georgia audition quarterbacks. A record 37,000 entered Death Valley to NOT see Deshaun Watson. read more
Ledger-Enquirer Apr 18, 2015

Adams leads Boston College to 6-1 win over Georgia Tech

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Johnny Adams went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs Saturday to lead Boston College to a 6-1 win over Georgia Tech.
Augusta Chronicle Apr 17, 2015


College Golf NeSmith shares first-round lead In St. Simons Island, Ga., South Carolina’s Matt NeSmith is tied for the individual lead after the first round of the Southeastern Conference Championship. NeSmith, a junior from North Augusta, shot 5-under 65 at Sea Island Golf Club’s Seaside Course. Georgia sophomore Greyson Sigg, a former Richmond Academy golfer, shot 70 and is tied for 23rd place. Alabama leads at 11-under 269. South Carolina is tied for third at 275 and Georgia is tied for seventh at 282. read more
Ledger-Enquirer Apr 17, 2015

Boston College blanks Georgia Tech

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Boston College pitcher Mike King pitched a one-hitter as Boston College edged Georgia Tech 1-0 on Friday in the opening game of a three-game ACC series.
Macon Telegraph Apr 17, 2015

There were no answers, but no injuries, for Georgia Tech in soggy spring game

Georgia Tech's spring game was fairly uneventful, a good thing on a very soggy night.
Ledger-Enquirer Apr 16, 2015

Five things to watch in Georgia Tech's spring game

ATLANTA -- It's been an unusual spring football camp for Georgia Tech.
Macon Telegraph Apr 16, 2015

Georgia Tech set to wrap up spring practice

Five things to watch at Georgia Tech's spring game.