Tech's spring game starts at 7 p.m. Friday Fan festival will open festivities at Callaway Plaza at 5 p.m. It's the second year Tech's spring game will be under the lights White and gold teams will feature first-string offense and second-string defense vs. second-string offense and first-string defense First look at Nate Woody’s defensive scheme Jackets will reveal the shade of gold that will be used for uniforms and apparel

What to expect, see at Tech’s spring game

Georgia Tech will holds its annual spring football game Friday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

It marks the second-straight year that the Yellow Jackets’ final scrimmage of the spring will be played under the lights.

The game will feature the first-string offense and second-string defense on one team and second-string offense and first-string defense on the other. New defensive coordinator Nate Woody’s 3-4 defense will make its debut. 

There will be limited merchandising for sale, featuring the new “Tech gold,” shade that the athletic department will use for uniforms. The color, provided by new apparel provider Adidas, will be revealed before the game.

Tech has decided not to broadcast the game. They are among six other ACC schools that will not air their spring games.   

2018 Tech spring game schedule 

5 p.m. - 7 p.m. -- WrecKFest (at Callaway Plaza on north side of Bobby Dodd Stadium)
6 p.m. -- Bobby Dodd Stadium gates open
7 p.m. -- T-Day Game 

Parking will be available for fans on a first-come, first-serve basis -- in the Lower Peters Deck (E52); Klaus Deck (E40); Student Center Deck (W02); Physics/Boggs/Mason Lot (W21) -- beginning at 5 p.m.

Photo: Georgia Tech

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