Georgia Tech is coming off a nice 14-10 win Saturday in its home opener against South Florida. Now they get a game against The Citadel, a member of the FCS Southern Conference.
The Bulldogs’ option offense could give Tech fits, but the Yellow Jackets’ defenders also may be familiar enough with that look, having seen it regularly under former coach Paul Johnson, that instincts may take over Saturday. Tech has enough good athletes on defense to handle the option.
Here is some important information regarding how to follow the action:
Date: Saturday, Sept. 14
Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Location: Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta
Television: Fox Sports Regional Networks will televise the game (Fox Sports Southeast in metro Atlanta). Tom Werme will handle play-by-play. James Bates is the analyst and Lyndsay Rowley is the sideline reporter.
Streaming: The game is available online at WatchESPN.com outside the Atlanta market and on FoxSportsGo.com in the market.
Local radio: The game will be broadcast on the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network, heard in metro Atlanta on Sports X 1230/106.3. Andy Demetra is handling play-by-play. Sean Bedford is the analyst, and Wiley Ballard is the sideline reporter.
Satellite radio: You can listen on Sirius XM Radio Channel 108/194.
5 things you may want to know:
> Tech has played The Citadel 10 times – and won all 10. The closest margin of victory was four points the first time they played, on Oct. 5, 1912. Tech won 20-16. Since then, Tech has outscored The Citadel 391-35, with four shutouts and the Bulldogs reached double-figures scoring once.
> Tech last played The Citadel on Sept. 1, 2001, when the Yellow Jackets won 35-7.
> The first two games in this series (1912-13) were played at The Citadel, which is a military school in Charleston, S.C. The eight since then have been played at Tech.
> Tech will wear gold jerseys, white pants and white helmets for Saturday’s game. This will be the first use of a gold jersey under the contract with Adidas that began before last season.
> After this game, Tech has a bye week before going to Temple for a Sept. 28 game and then resuming ACC play at home against North Carolina on Oct. 5.
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