Georgia Tech shocked unbeaten Florida State tonight when Lance Austin returned a blocked field goal for a game-winning touchdown on the final play of the game. Here’s how Yellow Jackets announcers Brandon Gaudin and Sean Bedford called the play on GT radio flagship WCNN.
Florida State is no longer among college football’s undefeateds after Georgia Tech shocked the Seminoles by blocking a 56-yard field goal attempt by Roberto Aguayo and returning it for a winning touchdown on the final play of the game.
FanDuel has responded to claims it is using the likenesses of two former Georgia Tech football players without rights or compensation, saying the daily fantasy gambling site does not actually produce the ads that have infiltrated every commercial break of every television program on the planet.
As if daily fantasy sites weren’t loathsome and exploitative enough, we learned last week that FanDuel has, for weeks, been using an image of former Georgia Tech football stars Roddy Jones and Jason Peters without their knowledge, their compensation, or permission from Georgia Tech’s athletic department.
The title of this post is the entire description of this YouTube video, and it's all that needs to be said. The man is Greg Blue, and he sure does sidewalk slam the hell out of that receiver.
Georgia Tech blew the lead despite having the ball in the red zone with less than three minutes remaining. Georgia lost despite having the lead with 18 seconds remaining. Georgia Tech did all it could to lose, and won. Here's all the major plays from the final three minutes—and overtime.
Georgia took a 14-7 lead on Georgia Tech after this Yellow Jackets attempt to sneak across the goal line got stuffed and officials held their breath rather than blowing the whistle. But did Tech get the ball across the goal line? We've enhanced some video so you can see for yourself:
Fellas! There's a person under there! Watch yourselves.
Georgia Tech's Alysha Rudnik hit the ball over the fence to lead off yesterday's third inning. But BC senior centerfielder Maria Pandolfo jumped and lunged over the fence to take away her certain homer, startling even the person who had been taking video just a few feet away.
Georgia Tech cornerback Rod Sweeting dominated a USC offense uninterested in making the Sun Bowl competitive, earning his way to the bowl's MVP honors. The televised trophy presentation led to CBS's Tracy Wolfson demanding a few words from Sweeting, but his first one—left to reverberate against the Sun Bowl's empty…
You think USC is excited to be spending New Year's Eve in El Paso, Texas, playing Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl? Oh, sure, Lane Kiffin might have arrived yesterday wearing a sombrero and something less than a smile, but two Trojans players have already apologized for insulting the city, and now the entire Trojans…
Our weekly college football shame index.
Our weekly college football shame index.
A tipster sent us a recording of a voicemail that was left Tuesday on his wife's phone by mistake. The call had come from a number that belongs to the University of Nebraska. The voice on the message says the following:
Georgia Tech is leading unbeaten and fifth-ranked Clemson 24-3 at the half, in part due to this Megatronic 44-yard catch by Stephen Hill off a Tevin Washington pass. Washington's been worse than trash most of the season as a passer & Clemson can't possibly play as inept an offensive game in the second half as they…
From the AP: "[Crittenton] appeared to be retaliating for being robbed of $55,000 worth of jewelry, police said.
Crittenton told police he and a friend were leaving a barbershop around 10:50 p.m. April 21 when two teenagers surprised them as they returned to their car, according to a police report released to…
Put down your pitchforks, Atlantans. Javaris Crittenton, the former Georgia Tech/Lakers/Grizzlies/Wizards guard, will surrender to Atlanta police, after a brief disappearance and manhunt that landed him federal charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. He's wanted in connection with an August 19 drive-by…
Oklahoma State has a 1-2 punch in James Anderson and Obi Muonelo, but the team's undersized. Georgia Tech's Derrick Favors and Gani Lawal are said to be "bruisers." They should get that checked out by a doctor.