"The game will be comprised of two 15-minute halves of high-energy action, with Tech’s offense squaring off against the Yellow Jackets’ defense. Points scored when freshman quarterbacks Jeff Sims or Chayden Peery are leading the offense will be credited to the Gold “team.” Points scored when sophomore Demetrius Knight or redshirt freshman Jordan Yates are quarterbacking the offense will be credited to the White “team.” Conversely, any defensive points scored against the offense when Sims or Peery are at QB will go on the White’s tally, while defensive points scored with Knight or Yates at the helm of the offense will be a part of the Gold’s total." - quoting from https://ramblinwreck.com/yellow-jackets-set-for-spring-game/In other words ,you don't have a clue if its a real game with split squads or just a scrimmage.Thanks,though for the help..
Split teams.In other words ,you don't have a clue if its a real game with split squads or just a scrimmage.Thanks,though for the help..
I was working on campus today and school employees didn't even know it was todayWith all the talk about building a brand, being innovative, being social media conscious... GT football is doing a pretty terrible job of promoting the game on social media. There hasn’t been a single tweet referencing the game since it kicked off. Not a single update, not a single highlight, not a single photo.
Out of curiosity I went back and looked at whether or not some other teams were posting during their spring games... they were. Some just posted score updates, some posted photos with stat updates, some posted full video highlights. Tech literally hasn’t posted anything. Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, LSU, Miami, etc. were all live tweeting their spring games like they were regular games. I just don’t understand how Tech can supposedly take pride in being unique and ahead of the curve when it comes to social media and just fall on our face when we have a chance to innovate.