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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Past articles by Ken:

Georgia Tech’s Damon Stoudamire wants to ‘get back to winning championships’

Damon Stoudamire was introduced as the Yellow Jackets’ 15th men's basketball coach Tuesday. → Read More

Brent Key previews Georgia Tech spring practice

With a new offensive coordinator on his staff, Georgia Tech coach Brent Key was ready to divulge details of how the Yellow Jackets will look when they have the ball. → Read More

Josh Pastner: ‘I hope, I pray’ to continue on as Georgia Tech coach

GREENSBORO, N.C. — There were signs of encouragement at the start of the season, then a nosedive and finally a reversal in fortune. And then Georgia Tech’s season came to an end Wednesday with a second-round loss to Pittsburgh in the ACC Tournament. → Read More

Georgia Tech’s season ends after rally falls short vs. Pitt in ACC Tournament

Down by 15 points at halftime Thursday, the Yellow Jackets took a brief lead midway through the second half before the Panthers regained control and held off Tech. → Read More

Georgia Tech salvages win over Georgia as brothers duel

After dropping the first two games Friday and Saturday in Athens and Atlanta, respectively, the Yellow Jackets salvaged the third game, defeating the Bulldogs 4-1 before a crowd of 8,411 in the annual Spring Classic fundraiser for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. In a rivalry that often splits families, Sunday’s matchup took it to a rare level. → Read More

Georgia Tech closes regular season with win over Boston College

Georgia Tech will go into the ACC Tournament on a roll. → Read More

Georgia Tech hits a high mark in win over Syracuse

Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner called the Yellow Jackets’ 96-76 win at Syracuse on Tuesday the best offensive game that his team had played in his seven seasons. The numbers strongly back up his assertion. → Read More

In federal case, Ron Bell pleads guilty to extorting Georgia Tech, Josh Pastner

The person who conspired to ruin Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner with allegations of sexual assault admitted in a federal case that he made it all up in an attempt to extort Pastner and the institute. → Read More

Georgia Tech down to last two shots at ACC road win

The Jackets will play at Syracuse Tuesday in what could be their final game against Boeheim, whose return for the 2023-24 season is not certain. Boeheim, in his 47th season coaching the Orange, told ESPN earlier in February that he was “probably” going to return. → Read More

Georgia Tech’s play markedly better, but it’s late in the season

Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner has said many times he thought his team would be better at 3-point shooting. It has taken awhile, and it almost certainly is too late to make a difference in the outcome of the season, but he may have been right. → Read More

Georgia Tech’s Brent Key making an impression on state coaches with recruiting

Georgia Tech coach Brent Key and his staff have made a concerted effort to recruit metro Atlanta and Georgia. → Read More

Georgia Tech upset bid falls short at Pittsburgh

Against a Pitt team fighting for a spot in the NCAA Tournament, Tech faltered in the final three minutes on the road and lost 76-68 Tuesday night. → Read More

Jake DeLeo named national player of week after 3-homer weekend

Georgia Tech outfielder Jake DeLeo was named national player of the week by the publication Collegiate Baseball Monday after hitting three home runs and batting .417 as the Yellow Jackets swept three home games from Miami (Ohio) on the opening weekend of the baseball season. → Read More

Ja’von Franklin proving he’s not ‘just an underdog’

Opposing coaches taking notice of the Yellow Jackets forward, who has traveled a long road before finding his spot at Tech. → Read More

Brent Key taking rebuild of Georgia Tech literally

Over several nights in January, when Brent Key returned to Georgia Tech’s football offices after making recruiting visits to high schools, he got to work in his office. It was not necessarily phone calls with recruits or meetings with his staff that brought him back to the spacious room overlooking Grant Field, but a demolition project. → Read More

Slight change for Georgia Tech’s 2024 football schedule

Georgia Tech’s 2024 football schedule has been adjusted slightly. The Yellow Jackets will now play VMI instead of Austin Peay as their FCS opponent, with the game still taking place on Sept. 14 at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Tech made the announcement Tuesday. The Austin Peay game has been canceled. → Read More

Georgia Tech earns home win over Virginia Tech

Hitting 3-pointers and benefiting from an opponent’s cold streak, Georgia Tech lived life on the other side Wednesday night. Trying to put their nine-game losing streak behind them, the Yellow Jackets earned their second win in three games with a 77-70 win over Virginia Tech at McCamish Pavilion. → Read More

Harrison Butker adds to dream with Super Bowl-winning kick for Chiefs

With a sweep of his cleated right foot, Harrison Butker achieved yet another indelible moment in a dream career. The former Georgia Tech star and Westminster grad delivered the game-winning kick for the Chiefs, a 27-yarder with eight seconds remaining that secured Super Bowl LVII over the Eagles Sunday night in Glendale, Ariz. → Read More

A high ceiling above, Georgia Tech’s Deivon Smith strains to reach it

Georgia Tech's Deivon Smith has his own fashion line. With a ball in his hands, Smith has a similar flair for drawing attention. Explosive dunks, no-look passes, stop-on-a-dime ballhandling and darting steals – all with his dreadlocks flying – are part of the experience. → Read More

Georgia Tech stifled in second half by Clemson

Tech (12-12, 3-10 ACC) plays its next game Sunday at 2 p.m. at home against Pitt. → Read More