6:10 PM EDT, Fri August 29, 2014
Macon Telegraph 23 hours ago

Georgia Tech gets a look at Wofford’s option

Georgia Tech opens the season Saturday against Wofford.
Macon Telegraph Aug 27, 2014

Johnson likes Thomas’ toughness

Justin Thomas is ready to take over as Georgia Tech's starting quarterback.
Ledger-Enquirer Aug 26, 2014

Georgia Tech football: As many as nine freshmen could play against Wofford

ATLANTA -- Fans who attend Georgia Tech's season opener on Saturday should expect to see many young faces on the field. Some of them very young.
Augusta Chronicle Aug 26, 2014

Georgia Tech coach has faith in new QB Justin Thomas

ATLANTA — Coach Paul Johnson believes that Justin Thomas is tough enough to succeed at quarterback for Georgia Tech. Thomas, at 5-foot-11, 185, will take a beating in Johnson’s spread option offense, but the coach says the redshirt sophomore is quick enough to compensate for an undersized frame. When the Yellow Jackets open the season Saturday at home against Wofford, Thomas will be Johnson’s most recent full-time starting quarterback, following Josh Nesbitt, Tevin Washington and Vad Lee. read more
Macon Telegraph Aug 26, 2014

Georgia Tech’s young players battling for playing time

Georgia Tech opens its season Saturday against Wofford.
Augusta Chronicle Aug 26, 2014

Playoff format needs work, but it's still better than BCS

College football fans. Congrats go out to all of us. Why? The BCS is dead and college football finally has a playoff system. Is it perfect? Not at all. The playoff bracket should be expanded to at least eight teams. But at least it’s a start. read more
Augusta Chronicle Aug 26, 2014

Tech alum to give historic football to school

ATLANTA -- A Georgia Tech graduate won the bidding for a most prized piece of college football and school history – what is believed to be the game ball from Tech’s 222-0 win over Cumberland in 1916. His plans for the ball will undoubtedly please Yellow Jackets fans, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “It’s not mine,” said Ryan Schneider, a 46-year-old Atlanta patent attorney. “It’s for the school.” read more
Augusta Chronicle Aug 24, 2014

Georgia Tech hopes for turnaround

ATLANTA — Paul Johnson’s first two years at Georgia Tech are looking better and better – and increasingly distant in the past. Since winning a combined 20 games in 2008 and 2009, Georgia Tech has averaged seven wins the ast four years. The Yellow Jackets, looking for their first Top 25 finish since 2009, are trying to end an ugly streak of five consecutive losses to state rival Georgia. Johnson points to recent high finishes in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division as evidence criticism of his program is unwarranted. read more
Macon Telegraph Aug 24, 2014

Thomas, Georgia Tech return to option

ATLANTA -- The key to running an option-based offense is to have a quarterback who can, well, run the option.
Macon Telegraph Aug 24, 2014

Georgia Tech waiting to see about goals

Georgia Tech is looking to improve on last year's 7-6 finish.
Macon Telegraph Aug 23, 2014

Georgia Tech figuring out defensive line

Georgia Tech opens its season Saturday at home against Wofford.
Ledger-Enquirer Aug 20, 2014

Georgia Tech's offense starts to round into form

Georgia Tech opens its season Aug. 30 against Wofford.
Augusta Chronicle Aug 16, 2014

Georgia Tech's Ted Roof believes his defense is in 'better place'

ATLANTA — Georgia Tech defensive coordinator Ted Roof was pleased with the effort of his unit during Saturday’s scrimmage, the Yellow Jackets’ second of the fall. Following the opening-drive touchdown, the defense allowed just two first downs by the offense over its next three possessions. “It’s been a good camp,” Roof said. “We’re certainly in a better place than where we started. But we’ve got to come back to work, get fresh and get better.” read more
Macon Telegraph Aug 16, 2014

Smelter making most of switch to football

Former Tattnall Square baseball star and major league prospect is transforming himself into a top-tier ACC receiver with NFL draft potential.
Ledger-Enquirer Aug 12, 2014

Callaway High's KeShun Freeman makes bid for starting job at Georgia Tech

ATLANTA -- If the season began this week, true freshman KeShun Freeman would start at defensive end.