The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have become a mainstay in bowl season. The Yellow Jackets have appeared in over 40 bowl games in their history. With over 20 bowl victories, Georgia Tech easily ranks as one of the top college football programs in the country in terms of bowl wins. The success of the Yellow Jackets has set the bar extremely high for the fan base and missing a bowl game is unacceptable. Luckily, dating back to the start of the 1997 season, Georgia Tech has not missed out in making a bowl game.
Georgia Tech made an immediate impact in their bowl appearances by playing in the four major bowl games in their first five bowl games, winning three times. The Yellow Jackets won a national championship in 1928 by defeating California in the Rose Bowl. This game will be remembered for a play by California All-American Roy Riegels in which he scooped up a Georgia Tech fumble and ran towards his own goal line. After finally being stopped at the one-yard line, California had their punt blocked for a safety which gave Georgia Tech a 2-0 lead. The game is also memorable because both teams failed to score 10 points (final score 8-7). Another memorable bowl win came in the 1953 Sugar Bowl against Ole Miss which allowed Georgia Tech to win the national championship again.
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets fans are very loyal and love to travel to see their favorite team play. Whether it be the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida or the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida in front over 65,000 fans, Georgia Tech fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Bowl Game tickets.
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Recent Bowl Game History
The 2013 Music City Bowl was played on December 30, 2013 between Georgia Tech and the Ole Miss Rebels. Both teams were trying to end on a high note after a sub-par season. Average ticket price was $63, an increase from the $58 average price of the 2012 Music City Bowl between North Carolina State and Vanderbilt.