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The Georgia Institute of Technology first fielded a football team in 1892 as the Blacksmiths. Their first game against the University of Georgia resulted in Tech's first win, and the ire of the Bulldog's fans helped spark a rivalry known now only as “Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate”. The Yellow Jackets would have great success in the first part of the 20th century through to the '60s under legendary coaches John Heisman, William Alexander, and Bobby Dodd. With 3 National Championships and 13 Conference titles under these coaches, Georgia Tech then began to struggle in the '70s and '80s. Bobby Ross' arrival in 1987 would bring the Yellow Jackets back to form for another National Championship in 1990 and 2 ACC Titles. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football tickets.

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2018 Georgia Tech Season Preview

No biggie, Georgia Tech just needs to handle their business against Tennessee, Miami, Clemson, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Georgia. Shouldn’t be an issue, right? Wrong, Georgia Tech has an uphill battle this year, with the previously mentioned waiting and licking their chops. The Yellow Jackets could make it to 8-4, but they will need to pull off a couple upsets. A QB battle is brewing between Matthew Jordan and Justin Thomas. Jordan brings size and strength under center but he got dinged up in the offseason and missed much needed reps in spring ball. This offense is built around a precision-attack which makes these reps even more valuable. Georgia Tech needs their defense to step it up on third down especially. Getting stops last year was an issue, and if they can get that percentage of teams converting 3rd downs to the lower 30th percentile, again, 8-4 is achievable. But allowing teams to connect on third downs nearly 50% of the time isn’t going to cut it. Whether you are planning on cheering on Georgia Tech at Bobby Dodd Stadium or supporting the Yellow Jackets on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets tickets, including home and away games.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football at Bobby Dodd Stadium

Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Way Atlanta, Georgia, 30332

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets play their home games at the 55,000 seat capacity Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Attend a Georgia Tech home game and you'll hear the crowd sing “Up with the White and Gold” as they cheer on their beloved “Ramblin' Wreck”. A game against Georgia is an experience every football fan should have. Who could forget the 1999 Georgia-Georgia Tech game, which the Yellow Jackets won in overtime after trying for a field goal on 3rd down, having it blocked, recovering it, and re-kicking it to win 51-48? The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets home bench is on the Bobby Dodd Stadium sideline with sections 101-111. Bobby Dodd Stadium parking information is covered in our Yellow Jackets event guide.

Bobby Dodd Stadium Seating Chart

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Rivals

It’s just some “Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate” but so far it’s the Bulldogs that are coming out victorious most of the time. The universities were founded over a century apart, but the hate is embedded in everything, including both school’s fight songs. If you’re a Georgia Tech fan, you love to sign “To hell with Georgia!” and this game is the best place to do it. The Ramblin’ Wreck season isn’t complete without a win over Georgia.

Georgia Tech in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and ACC Championship

The Yellow Jackets, aka The Engineers, have been winning games since 1892 and are still going strong today. With an improbable 40 plus bowl games under their belt the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have racked up eight conference championships covering the ACC and SEC. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the ACC Championship Game.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Event Guide

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Does my child need a ticket to attend a Georgia Tech home football game?

Children under two years of age are allowed in without a ticket, but must sit on the lap of their parent during the game.

When do the gates open prior to a Georgia Tech home football game?

Gates open 1.5 hours prior to kickoff.

Where is the best place to eat in Atlanta before a Georgia Tech football game?

Yeah! Burger is just north of campus and features good ingredient burgers. Star Provisions has a huge menu of everything from sandwiches, to foie gras to lamb as is right by the campus as well.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Preview History

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2015 Georgia Tech Football Preview

Georgia Tech put together one of the team’s best seasons in a decade last year. The Yellow Jackets finished just two point shy of an ACC title, before upsetting Mississippi State in the Orange Bowl. In 2015, the Yellow Jackets bring back standout quarterback Justin Thomas, who was Georgia Tech’s leading passer and rusher in 2014. Thomas will orchestrate the Yellow Jackets famed triple option, with Broderick Snoddy and Isiah Willis joining him in the backfield. The 2015 Georgia Tech defense will feature one of the most experienced secondary’s in the country, with 4 senior starters headlined by senior strong safety Desmond Smith. Look for Georgia Tech to be the favorite to repeat as ACC Coastal Division champions in 2015, and for them to challenge for a wide open ACC crown. Top games on the 2015 Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket schedule are at Notre Dame, at Duke, and at home against Florida State, and Virginia Tech.

2014 Georgia Tech Football Preview

Paul Johnson comes into his 7th season as the Yellow Jackets head coach in an ACC that has never been more competitive. 2013 saw the Jackets end a couple big plays away from beating almost every team on their schedule. With sophomore Justin Thomas orchestrating Georgia Tech’s option offense, there is much reason to believe that they will be even more dangerous this season. Thomas will be dishing the ball to a group of 6 senior running backs headlined by Charles Perkins and Tony Zenon. The Ramblin’ Wreck will also sport one of the top secondary’s in the ACC with a unit that returns Isaiah Johnson. The key games of the year for Georgia Tech will likely be their first 4 ACC matchups. The Yellow Jackets travel to Virginia Tech and North Carolina, and will face Duke and Miami at home. Look for Georgia Tech to win more than one of those games, and for them to be serious contenders for the ACC Coastal crown.

2013 Georgia Tech Football Preview

Paul Johnson has led the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets to five bowl games and two ACC Championship Game appearances in his five years as the head coach. However, after winning 20 games in his first two seasons that included an ACC championship, the Yellow Jackets are 21-19 in the last three years. The offense will continue to rely heavily on the run game with sophomore Vad Lee expected to be the point man in the triple-option offense. With Lee at quarterback, senior David Sims should lead a very deep group at the running back position.

The defense will return eight starters under Ted Roof, who took over as the defensive coordinator during the season last year. The Yellow Jackets will end the season by hosting state rival Georgia Bulldogs, with home contests also slated against Virginia Tech, Syracuse, and Pittsburgh.

2011 Georgia Tech Football Preview

Behind a strong running game, Georgia Tech had solid years in both 2008 and 2009, but the Yellow Jackets took a step back last season and finished 6-7. This year, head coach Paul Johnson returns a number of starters who will be looking to return to prominence in the ACC.

Perhaps the biggest question heading into the year is who will be under center. The presumptive favorite for the job is Tevin Washington, who got some playing time in four games last year, but redshirt freshman Synjyn Days could beat him out for the job. Whoever starts will have to operate in the Yellow Jackets unique spread option, which places a strong emphasis on the running game of Orwin Smith and Roddy Jones.

The defense will look to fill holes in the secondary caused when all four starters from 2010 left. However, while the secondary may be thin, the Yellow Jackets have a strong front seven led by linebackers Julian Burnett and Steven Sylvester. Defensive end Jason Peter should provide strong senior leadership as well as significant pass rush from the side. It will be up to them to put pressure on the quarterback and give their upstart backfield a chance to catch up with the veterans on the squad.

2010 Georgia Tech Football Preview

Paul Johnson has had the Midas touch since taking over as head coach of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in 2008. Using his unique flexbone option offense, the coach led his team to an ACC Coastal Division Co-Championship in 2008 and a Conference Championship in 2009, the team's first in 11 years.

In Johnson's brief tenure, the Yellow Jackets beat their arch rivals, the University of Georgia Bulldogs, for the first time since 2000, defeated the Virginia Cavaliers on the road for the first time since 1990 and broke a 0-17 stretch to opponents ranked in the top five in the nation by toppling the fourth ranked Virginia Tech in 2009.

There aren't many improvements Georgia Tech can make on last season, but another ACC Championship and a Bowl Game victory would be a good start.

To help make their run this season, the Yellow Jackets bring back last year's starting quarterback Joshua Nesbitt, who threw for 1,701 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2009. Though the team has named Tevin Washington as a backup, Nesbitt's job seems safe as he's proved that he can tactfully manage the team's spread-option offense.

2009 Georgia Tech Football Preview

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will be a team to watch in 2009. That is because Georgia Tech had a hugely successful in 2008, under first year Head Coach Paul Johnson. And many experts are predicting a repeat performance of that success heading into the 2009 season. The Yellow Jackets return a strong offense that will again rely on the triple-option spread to confuse and overpower opponents. If GT can keep things rolling they should be in the conversation for BCS bowls again in 2009.

2008 Georgia Tech Football Preview

Coming off a .500 season and the loss of Chan Gailey at head coach, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football program has a lot of question marks around it this coming season. Tech fans will be excited to see what the future holds for the team. Paul Johnson from Navy has taken the coaching job for 2008, and fans will fill Bobby Dodd Stadium this year to cheer their team on to an ACC Championship, a bowl game, and perhaps most importantly a win over their archrivals the Georgia Bulldogs.

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