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LETTER FROM DAN RADAKOVICH

DAN RADAKOVICH Director of Athletics

Dear Yellow Jacket Fans: I know you are all as excited as I am for the beginning of the 2010 Georgia Tech Football season as we defend our ACC Championship. All of us have worked extremely hard in the past year to present a product, both on the field and off, that will instill great pride in our fans and alumni. I could not be more proud of what Coach Paul Johnson and his staff have brought to our program. Paul has produced 20 victories in his first two seasons and back-to-back ACC Coach of the Year Awards. I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support and encouragement of our coaches, staff and student-athletes. We all continue to be very proud of the young men who will represent us this fall. What a special place Georgia Tech represents. It is a place where world class academics co-exist with high-quality college football. We invite you all to be a part of this storied program and take it all in while enjoying this most unique and historic setting. I would also like to make you aware of a new sportsmanship initiative we have established this season called The Gold Standard. This is a campus wide effort to raise awareness of sportsmanship at all of our Georgia Tech events. You’ll see the Gold Standard logo quite often in the coming months as we want to keep this campaign front and center with our fans. We want you to have the best time possible at Bobby Dodd Stadium, while providing you a safe, healthy and respectful game day environment. We have created an online pledge form where you and your fellow Yellow Jacket fans can sign your name and help assure a positive and fun atmosphere. Our website is www.RamblinWreck.com/GoldStandard. This fan guide is designed to make your participation in our home games at Bobby Dodd Stadium and Grant Field more pleasurable. We hope you’ll take the time to read through the material and become familiar with all of the services we provide, logistics that you will require and policies that are in place for the season ahead. It is my hope that 2010 will be another memorable season for us at Georgia Tech and that your experience will be enjoyable in every way. Our staff and I stand ready to assist you in every way. We want you to feel good about your Georgia Tech experience and most of all feel the urge to come back over and over again. Sincerely,

Dan Radakovich Director of Athletics

TABLE OF CONTENTS pg. 1 pg. 2 pg. 4 pg. 6 pg. 8 pg. 11-12 pg. 14 pg. 16

Letter From AD Schedule & Ticket Information Directions/Parking Info Parking Map Stadium Map Stadium Policies Public Safety Pregame Timeline

pg. 18 pg. 20-21 pg. 25-26 pg. 28 pg. 30 pg. 33-34 pg. 36 pg. 38

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Tech Traditions 2010 Football Roster Head Coach Paul Johnson Coaching Staff/Support Staff 2010 Fall Sports Schedules 2010 ACC Schedule 2010 ACC Bowl Schedule Radio Affiliates 1


SCHEDULE & TICKET INFORMATION 2010 GEORGIA TECH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 09/04 09/11 09/18 09/25 10/02 10/09 10/16 10/23 11/04 11/13 11/20 11/27

vs. South Carolina State at Kansas at North Carolina vs. North Carolina State at Wake Forest vs. Virginia vs. Middle Tennessee State at Clemson at Virginia Tech vs. Miami vs. Duke at Georgia

GROUP TICKETS Group tickets are available for the South Carolina State, NC State, Virginia, Middle Tennessee State and Duke games for groups of 10 or more. The cost is $13 per ticket for South Carolina State, $20 per ticket for Middle Tennessee State and $23 per ticket for NC State, Virginia and Duke.



ATLANTA Lawrence, Kan. Chapel Hill, N.C. ATLANTA Winston-Salem, N.C. ATLANTA ATLANTA Clemson, S.C. Blacksburg, Va. ATLANTA ATLANTA Athens, Ga.

1:00 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET 12:00 p.m. ET TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 7:30 p.m. ET TBA TBA TBA

For season and single game ticket information, please contact the Georgia Tech ticket ofďŹ ce at (888) TECH-TIX or visit us online at www.ramblinwreck.com/tickets.

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DIRECTIONS TO BOBBY DODD & PARKING INFO INTRODUCTION

DIRECTIONS

Georgia Tech Athletic Association continues its partnership with Lanier Parking to offer our fans a more efficient, enjoyable, and entertaining parking experience. Key aspects of the parking layout include: • No parking lots will be oversold. • Lots will be staffed before, during, and after games. • Shuttle service will be available from perimeter lots. • Roadside assistance will be available on call.

From I-85 North or Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport: Get on I-85 North for 12 miles. Exit on 10th Street. Go left to Fowler Street and take a left. From I-85 South: Go South to 10th/14th Street exit and proceed to 10th street for central campus/north side parking. Continue on I-85 to North Avenue exit for parking at student center, south side of stadium and handicap areas. From I-75 South: Exit on Northside Drive. Turn right and travel south on Northside Drive. Fans can either make left on 10th Street for central campus/ north side parking or continue to travel south on Northside Drive. Bear left on to Tech Parkway. Make left on North Avenue for parking at student center, south side of stadium and handicap areas.

PARKING ALLOCATION Season long parking is allocated based on A-T Fund priority points to season ticket holders that have submitted their application. Season parking can be purchased at www.ramblinwreck.com. Permit-holders will receive their passes via email, at which point they will print their parking pass. Based on availability, parking will be available for purchase via www.ramblinwreck.com for single game patrons.

LOTS Seven primary parking areas will be provided by GTAA. They are: 1. Peter’s Parking Deck (Sold out) 2. East Lots (formerly Varsity Lots) 3. Central Campus Lots 4. Student Center / Management Lots 5. Klaus Deck 6. O’Keefe Lots (Sold out) 7. AMC Lot (Season long RV lot) (Sold out)

MARTA Fans traveling via MARTA should exit at the North Avenue station and walk three blocks west.

REMINDERS • No parking on sidewalks, lawns, green space, or landscaped areas. • Tailgating may not impede traffic or occupy additional parking spots. • Illegally parked cars will be towed at the owner’s expense. • Passes will be scanned for entrance to all lots.

*Please consult the parking diagram as a reference for lot locations.



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PARKING MAP

For more information on Georgia Tech football season parking, please visit www. RamblinWreck.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/ parking.com



CAMPUS CHECKPOINTS Pregame checkpoints, allowing access only to vehicles with the appropriate passes, will be set up at the following locations beginning 3:30 hours prior to kickoff: • Ferst Drive at State Street • Ferst Drive at Atlantic Drive • Fifth Street at Fowler Street • Fifth Street at Techwood Drive • Fourth Street at Fowler Street • Techwood Drive at Bobby Dodd Way • Techwood Drive at North Avenue • Cherry Street at North Avenue • Ferst Drive at Regents Drive

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STADIUM POLICIES PROHIBITED ITEMS The following items are NOT PERMITTED in Bobby Dodd Stadium: Alcoholic beverages, food, cans, thermos bottles, TVs, food, ice bags, umbrellas, horns or other noisemakers, video cameras, pets, large flags, banners or signs, weapons, strollers, or stadium seats with arms. Please note: Beginning this season, no strollers or umbrellas may be left at the gate entrances to Bobby Dodd Stadium, per Homeland Security restrictions. Bag Check: All bags are subject to search upon entry into Bobby Dodd Stadium. l carry-in items are subject to inspection.

ENTRANCE & ADMISSION All guests must have a valid ticket to enter with the only exception being children age two and under. Once in the stadium, guests may not exit and re-enter. All patrons must enter Bobby Dodd Stadium at the gate that appears on your ticket. This will ease congestion at the gates. Gates will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.

ENTRY GATES Please enter Bobby Dodd Stadium through the gate indicated on your ticket. By entering the correct gate, you will help event management keep a smooth and efficient flow of people through the stadium. We appreciate your help in this endeavor.

WILL CALL & DAY OF GAME TICKETS Will Call (excluding player guests) is located at the GT Ticket Office on Bobby Dodd Way near Techwood Drive. Will Call will open four hours prior to kickoff and close at halftime. Will Call pick ups will require a photo ID. GT Player Guests enter near Gate 6. Visiting team Player Guests enter Gate 9. If available, day-of-game sales will take place at the GT Ticket Office. Game day sales are cash and credit card only.

ATM An ATM is located adjacent to the GT Ticket Office on Bobby Dodd Way. Several ATMs are located within Bobby Dodd Stadium. Locations include the Upper and Lower East, Upper and Lower West, and Main North Concourse.

THE GOLD STANDARD In 2010, the Athletic Association has established The Gold Standard Sportsmanship Initiative. The Gold Standard is a campus wide effort of the Georgia Tech Athletic Association to raise awareness of sportsmanship at all Georgia Tech Athletic events by increasing positive Yellow Jacket support; creating a sense of pride in Georgia Tech venues, events, and traditions; promoting appreciation for the spirit of competition and providing a safe, healthy and respectful game day environment for all. For more information and to sign our pledge, please visit www.RamblinWreck.com/GoldStandard.

FAN BEHAVIOR Georgia Tech hopes to provide a memorable game day experience for all fans. Fan behavior will be a point of emphasis for event personnel this season. Please help us to enhance the fan experience by demonstrating sportsmanship at all times. If you encounter unruly behavior, please contact a game management representative. Spectators must remain off the playing field at all times. Georgia Tech reserves the right to remove from the stadium, without refund, any individuals disrupting other fans, team representatives, or officials.

EMERGENCY SERVICES Phone: Announcements and paging for emergencies are coordinated through the operations booth phone. The number is 404-894-5480 Reporting an Emergency: Please report any emergency to a member of the event staff and they will alert the appropriate stadium personnel. Fan Assist Line: Fans will be able to call or text the fan assist line to report any in-game issues. The phone number will be available prior to the first home game and will be posted throughout Bobby Dodd Stadium, in the 2010 game program and on the official athletic website: www.RamblinWreck.com. First Aid/Ambulance locations: First Aid stations are located in the following areas: South – Endzone service drive at

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section 136; West – Section 108; East – 129; Main North – 112; Upper North – 210. Three ambulances will be available for emergency service at all games. Ambulances are located outside gate 1, outside gate 8 and in the northwest corner of the field. Doctors: There are six doctors on call in the stadium at all times. They can be contacted by reporting an incident to any event staff member.

LOST & FOUND Found items are returned to the Facilities Office at the Georgia Tech Athletic Association. The office can be reached at 404-8941084 Monday through Friday.

SMOKING Smoking is prohibited in Bobby Dodd Stadium by order of the Georgia Tech Fire Marshall.

DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS Disability accessible seating is available at Bobby Dodd Stadium. If you require disabled seating, please contact the Georgia Tech Ticket Office at 1-888-TECH-TIX (888-832-4849).

ELEVATORS Elevators are available throughout Bobby Dodd Stadium. These elevators provide access to disabled guests and appropriately ticketed patrons.

STINGER SEATS Stinger Seats (chairback seats) will be available on a seasonlong rental basis. Stinger Seats can be ordered through www. stingerseats.net or by calling 800-510-5614. Fans can also purchase single-game Stinger Seats inside gates 1 and 10.

SEATING CHART Please refer to the Bobby Dodd Stadium Diagram on page 8 of this guide.

ATTENDANCE The Georgia Tech Athletic Association urges all fans to make their best effort to be inside Bobby Dodd Stadium in time for opening kick. This will allow us to create the optimal home-field advantage for our student-athletes.

GAME PROGRAMS Game programs are available for purchase at all concession stands in Bobby Dodd Stadium.

EVACUATION PROCEDURE In the event that the Georgia Tech Athletic Association deems it necessary to evacuate Bobby Dodd Stadium an announcement will be made by the Public Address Announcer advising fans of the need to leave the stadium. Upon hearing the announcement, please exit in an orderly fashion. Security personnel will be on hand to direct and assist patrons. Guests are to exit through the nearest portal and exit through the same gate marked as the entrance on their ticket. Please read page 14 of this fan guide for additional information.

CAMERAS Video cameras are strictly prohibited. Additionally, tripods and large lenses that could inconvenience other patrons are prohibited.

TECH TERRACE Tech Terrace, located above the South endzone at the Wardlaw Building, is a ticketed section. Only guests holding a terrace ticket will be admitted to this area. This ticket includes admittance to the hospitality areas within the Wardlaw Building.



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PUBLIC SAFETY, SECURITY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FAN BEHAVIOR Yellow Jacket fans are the best in the country and they model this by loudly supporting the team and displaying respect and good sportsmanship toward the visiting team and visiting fans. The NCAA, ACC and GT have assigned a high priority to assuring athletic events are conducted in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere which promotes good sportsmanship by spectators, student-athletes and coaches. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants, officials, those around you, and event management in a positive manner and treating others with courtesy and respect.

GENERAL • During any emergency inside the stadium, follow the directions of the announcer, event staff and emergency responders. Assist individuals who may not be able to hear the emergency announcements. • Always designate a pre-determined location both inside and outside the stadium to meet friends and family in case you get separated or in the event of an emergency. • Upon arriving at your seat location, first find the nearest exit/ emergency exit and then locate an alternate exit in case of an emergency. • Specific emergency instructions are provided for the guests in the sky suites and other private areas. Patrons at those locations should read and be familiar with the emergency evacuation instructions located there. • Do not use elevators in the event of a fire evacuation or power failure. • Listen to local radio and news stations for game-day traffic updates and other updates in the event of an emergency. • If you see or become aware of any activity that is unusual, suspicious or causes you concern, report the activity to the nearest police officer or event staff. • Remember, text messaging may be an option when voice phone calls do not work. • Emergency vehicles may be present in and around the stadium on game day. Please do not obstruct the path of travel of a fire truck or emergency response vehicle or interfere with any of their operations. • Please do not obstruct any exits or exit pathways. • Rowdy, threatening, unsafe or inappropriate conduct including profane, racial, sexist, abusive or intimidating comments or actions, fighting, smoking, drunkenness and throwing of 

any object in the stadium will not be tolerated and can result in ejection, arrest and/or loss of ticket privileges.

WEATHER • Monitor the weather prior to the game. Take the necessary precautions to protect your family and friends should severe weather be encountered before, during or after the game. In the event of inclement weather during the game, please be prepared to evacuate the stadium and return to your car. • Emergency instructions will be delivered via the public address system and the message boards when possible.

SECURITY • Georgia Tech Police Department monitors security cameras throughout the stadium. • All bags will be searched at the gates upon entering the stadium. Once inside the stadium anyone exhibiting suspicious behavior is subject to being searched. • GT policy strictly prohibits anyone from entering the sideline or field without proper credentials. Violators will be arrested. GT reserves the right to remove the ticket holder from the premises if, in the sole discretion of security personnel, the ticket holder’s conduct endangers or disrupts the environment. All people must have a ticket, regardless of age, to enter the stadium. • Do not leave valuables in your car. Laptops, purses, GPS units, iPods and other electronic devices are especially at risk for theft.

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING! • Do not touch suspicious items or confront someone with suspicious behavior. • Watch for unattended packages whether left behind accidentally or purposely. • Be alert and aware of your surroundings at all times. • Remember if you see something suspicious report it to the nearest police officer.

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PREGAME TIMELINE YELLOW JACKET ALLEY Be ďŹ rst to greet the team! Two hours and 30 minutes prior to each home game, make your way over to Yellow Jacket Alley to see your favorite players up close as they march into Bobby Dodd Stadium.

WRECKFEST Come to Fowler Street two and a half hours before kickoff and enjoy activities for the whole family: Interactive games, free face painting, music, food, autograph sessions and more!



PREGAME TIMELINE Time (prior to kickoff)

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Wreckfest Begins/Yellow Jacket Alley Busses arrive with team Yellow Jacket Countdown Radio Show Team Enters Stadium All Gates Open Band concert at Campanile Band March Down From Library Wreckfest Ends Band Plays in Callaway Plaza Band Pregame Show Starting Lineups on Buzz Vision Countdown to Kickoff on Buzz Vision Introduction Video on Buzz Vision Yellow Jackets Take the Field

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TECH TRADITIONS RAMBLINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; WRECK FIGHT SONG The Georgia Tech ďŹ ght song grew out of an old folk ballad, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Sons of the Gamboliers.â&#x20AC;? Howard D. Cutter, a member of Techâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst graduating class (Mechanical Engineering, 1892), wrote in the November-December 1942 issue of the Georgia Tech Alumnus that the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreckâ&#x20AC;? had its origins during the ďŹ rst two years after Tech opened in 1888, inspired when the entire student body traveled to Athens to see Techâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s baseball team defeat Georgia. By the early 1900s, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreckâ&#x20AC;? was an established tradition. The earliest existing published version of the song appeared in the Blueprint, the Instituteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s yearbook, in 1908. In 1910, Michael A. Greenblatt, Techâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst bandmaster, discovered the band playing â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreckâ&#x20AC;? to the tune of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sons of the Gamboliers,â&#x20AC;? and made his ďŹ rst arrangement of the song in the form of a handwritten manuscript. When Frank Roman succeeded Greenblatt as bandmaster in 1911, he wrote a new adaptation of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreck,â&#x20AC;? accompanied by many trumpet ďŹ&#x201A;ourishes, that became nationally known. His is the version that continues to be popular today. The fame of the song spread to such proportions that in 1959 it was sung by Richard Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev at their historic face-to-face meeting in Moscow.In 1984, the law ďŹ rm of Newton, Hopkins & Ormsby investigated the copyright of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreckâ&#x20AC;? and found that a number of people have had various versions of the song copyrighted. The original version of the song is in the public domain and can be played without payment of royalties. In the fall of 1891, before Georgia Tech organized a football team of its own, a game was scheduled between Auburn and

Georgia. A rivalry was already established in baseball between Tech and Georgia, so Tech students were invited to the game to cheer, of course, for Auburn. The students appointed a committee to recommend colors to be worn and cheers to be used at the game. The committee suggested white and gold, and about 200 students attended the game wearing those colors. In 1893, when Georgia Techâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s football team played Georgia for the ďŹ rst time, a group of young women from the Lucy Cobb Institute for Girls attended the game to cheer for Tech, dressed in white and gold. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer, A helluva, helluva, helluva, helluva, hell of an engineer, Like all the jolly good fellows, I drink my whiskey clear, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer. Oh, if I had a daughter, sir, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d dress her in White and Gold, And put her on the campus, to cheer the brave and bold. But if I had a son, sir, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll tell you what heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d do. He would yell, â&#x20AC;&#x153;To Hell with Georgia,â&#x20AC;? like his daddy used to do. Oh, I wish I had a barrel of rum and sugar three thousand pounds, A college bell to put it in and a clapper to stir it around. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d drink to all good fellows who come from far and near. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, gamblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, hell of an engineer.

WHITE & GOLD In the fall of 1891, before Georgia Tech organized a football team of its own, a game was scheduled between Auburn and Georgia. A rivalry was already established in baseball between Tech and Georgia, so Tech students were invited to the game to cheer, of course, for Auburn. The students appointed a committee to recommend colors to be worn and cheers to be used at the game. The committee suggested white and gold, and about 200 students attended the game wearing those colors. In 1893, when Georgia Techâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s football team played Georgia for the ďŹ rst time, a group of young women from the Lucy Cobb Institute for Girls attended the game to cheer for Tech, dressed in white and gold. 

Oh well itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s up with the White and Gold Down with the Red and Black Georgia Tech is out for the victory Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll drop the battle axe on Georgiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head When we meet her, our team is sure to beat her Down on the old farm there will be no sound Till our bow-wows rip through the air When the battle is over, Georgiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team will be found With the Yellow Jackets swarming around.

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Name Robert Hogan III Brad Jefferson Will Jackson Corey Alford Jeff Lentz Quayshawn Nealy Ray Beno Tyler Kelly Catlin Alford Ryan Sparlin B.J. Machen Kyle Jackson Austin Flanary Phil Smith Morgan Wright Tyler Morgan Mike Johnson Tanner Shirah Cory Pritchett Ben Keith Ryan Leary Zach Fraysier Tyler Kidney Shawn Green Alexander Carvajal Morgan Bailey Austin Barrick Zach Krish Nick Claytor Nick McRae Omoregie Uzzi Sean Bedford Daniel McKayhan Tony Zenon Kevin Cone Jeremy Moore Tyler Melton Chandler Anderson Justin Moore Euclid Cummings Onu Okebie Deon Hill Anthony Williams Jamie Alvarez T.J. Barnes Denzel McCoy Jason Peters Emmanuel Dieke Izaan Cross Christopher Crenshaw Logan Walls Robert Hall Ben Anderson J.C. Lanier

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Paul Johnson, who • Tech has produced a first team All-American in each of the helped make Georgia Tech last two seasons -- Michael Johnson in 2008 and Derrick one of college football’s Morgan in 2009. biggest surprise stories • Since Johnson’s arrival, a Tech player has been named ACC of 2008 and led the Offensive Player of the Year (Jonathan Dwyer in 2008) and Yellow Jackets to an ACC ACC Defensive Player of the Year (Morgan in 2009). championship in 2009, • In 2009, Tech won in Tallahassee (Fla.) for the first time in enters his third season on school history, beat a top-five ranked team at home (Virginia The Flats. Tech) for the first time since 1962 and won on the road in In just two seasons at Charlottesville (Va.) for the first time since 1990. Georgia Tech, Johnson has • Also in 2009, Tech earned its highest national ranking (7th) compiled a record of 20-7 since 1999. PAUL JOHNSON (.741), including a 12-4 • In 2008, the Jackets broke a seven-year losing skid to rival Head Coach mark in ACC play. In 13 Georgia, beating the 13th-ranked Bulldogs, 45-42, in Athens seasons overall as a head (Ga.). coach, Johnson owns a career record of 127-46 (.734). No coach The 2009 season was one of the most memorable in Yellow in college football history won more games in their first 13 seasons Jacket history despite fielding one of the youngest rosters in as a head coach. Johnson enjoyed success as the head coach at Georgia Southern (1997-2001) and Navy (20022007) before being named Georgia Tech’s 12th Year School W-L Pct. head coach on Dec. 12, 2007. What Johnson has 2009 Georgia Tech 11-3 .786 accomplished at Georgia Tech has been remarkable: FedEx Orange Bowl • In each of his first two seasons at Tech, 2008 Georgia Tech 9-4 .692 Chick-fil-A Bowl Johnson has been named the ACC Coach of 2007 Navy 8-4 .667 the Year. Poinsettia Bowl (Johnson did not coach in bowl game) • He is the first coach to win the award in his 2006 Navy 9-4 .692 Meineke Car Care Bowl first two years in the league. 2005 Navy 8-4 .667 • In 2008, he was named National Coach of the Poinsettia Bowl Champions Year by CBS Sports. 2004 Navy 10-2 .833 • In 2009, the Yellow Jackets won the ACC title Emerald Bowl Champions 2003 Navy 8-5 .615 outright for the first time since 1990, defeatEV1.net Houston Bowl ing Clemson in the ACC Championship Game. 2002 Navy 2-10 .167 • Tech played in a BCS bowl game for the first 2001 Georgia Southern 12-2 .857 time in 2009. Southern Conference Champions • Under Johnson, Tech has averaged 10 wins 2000 Georgia Southern 13-2 .867 Southern Conference Champions/I-AA National Champion per season. 1999 Georgia Southern 13-2 .867 • Johnson has beaten every ACC team he has Southern Conference Champions/I-AA National Champion faced at least once (Tech has not played 1998 Georgia Southern 14-1 .933 Southern Conference Champions/I-AA Runner-Up Maryland or NC State since Johnson’s arrival), 1997 Georgia Southern 10-3 .769 including a 3-0 record vs. Clemson and a 2-0 Southern Conference Champions mark against Florida State. GSU Totals (5 seasons) 62-10 .861 • In each of the last two seasons Tech has Navy Totals (6 seasons) 45-29 .608 ranked in the top five nationally in rushing Georgia Tech Totals (2 seasons) 20-7 .741 Career (13 seasons) 127-46 .734 offense.

JOHNSON YEAR-BY-YEAR

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college football (just six scholarship seniors). After a mid-September loss at nationally-ranked Miami when the Yellow Jackets played their third game in a 12-day span, Tech reeled off eight consecutive victories including a 5-0 record in October when it played four road games. A convincing 49-10 win at Duke on Nov. 14 clinched the ACC Coastal Division crown, then Tech won the league title by defeating Clemson for a second time, this time in the ACC Championship Game in Tampa, Fla. Tech, which reached a national ranking as high as seventh, played in the FedEx Orange Bowl, its first appearance in a major or BCS bowl game since 1962. Along the way, the Yellow Jackets rolled up mind-boggling numbers on offense, ranking second nationally in rushing offense (295.4 ypg) and third in time of possession (33:49). Prior to the start of the 2008 season, Sports Illustrated projected Georgia Tech to finish 3-9 and the ACC media picked the Yellow Jackets to finish fourth in the Coastal Division. However, Johnson directed Tech to a 9-4 record, a share of the Coastal Division title and a Chick-fil-A Bowl berth. Johnson’s first Yellow Jacket team beat three nationally-ranked opponents – Florida State, Miami and Georgia – over the final four games of the regular season. The win over Georgia snapped a seven-year losing skid to Tech’s in-state rival. Johnson’s first season at Georgia Tech was remarkable for a number of reasons. Not only did he and his staff install completely new offensive and defensive schemes, but Johnson inherited one of the nation’s youngest rosters, which included 76 freshmen and sophomores. The last one-third of the season, 16 of Tech’s 22 starters were freshmen or sophomores. He also took over a program low in scholarship numbers, well below the maximum of 85, the lingering effects of distant NCAA penalties. Johnson came to Georgia Tech after previously serving six seasons as head coach of the U.S. Naval Academy, where he led the Midshipmen to a level of success they had not seen in decades. Johnson’s first head coaching job came at Georgia Southern, where in five seasons he led the Eagles to two I-AA national championships. Prior to Johnson’s arrival in Atlanta, he earned unprecedented success at Navy. Johnson coached six years at Navy, where in 2007 the Midshipmen won a fifth straight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, earned a postseason bowl bid for the fifth consecutive year and beat Notre Dame for the first time since 1963. Johnson was a finalist for the 2007 Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year. In six seasons at Navy, Johnson compiled a record of 45-29. Johnson took over a Navy football program that was coming off the worst two-year span in its 123-year history (1-20) and had recorded just two winning seasons in the last 20 years. After a 2-10 mark in Johnson’s first year, the Midshipmen achieved what many thought was no longer possible at an Academy. Johnson brought the Midshipmen back into the national spotlight with a 43-19 (.694) record over the last four-plus years. Johnson dominated the other two Service Academies like no 

other coach in the school’s annals, posting an 11-1 (.917) overall record, including a perfect 6-0 mark against rival Army. Last year’s senior class was the first in school history to post a perfect 8-0 mark against Army and Air Force. Before arriving at Annapolis, Johnson served as head coach at Georgia Southern from 1997 to 2001. At Georgia Southern, Johnson posted a 62-10 (.861) record, won two straight I-AA National Championships (1999 and 2000), five consecutive Southern Conference Championships and was named the Division I-AA National Coach of the Year four straight years (1997-2000). In five seasons at Georgia Southern, Johnson’s squads broke or tied 379 individual and team school, conference, playoff or stadium records, ranked in the top 10 in 21 statistical categories and produced 31 All-Americans. The Eagles won an NCAA I-AA-record 39 consecutive games at home. Meanwhile, their 52 wins over those four seasons were the most in all of Division I. Johnson was previously Navy’s offensive coordinator in 1995 and 1996 and his spread offense made an immediate impact, breaking five school records during the Mids’ five-win season in 1995. Navy posted a 9-3 record the next season in 1996, including a 42-38 victory over California in the Aloha Bowl. It was Navy’s first winning season since 1982 and one of only two winning seasons the Mids had during a 19-year span. Prior to joining the Navy staff, Johnson spent eight seasons as the offensive coordinator at the University of Hawai’i (1987-94). He helped guide the Rainbows to their first Western Athletic Conference title and their first bowl appearance, coordinating an explosive offense that broke or equaled more than 160 school records. While at Hawai’i, Johnson developed a successful offensive unit which earned top-20 I-A statistical rankings in scoring offense, total offense and rushing offense during six of his eight seasons. He earned top offensive coach honors in the WAC and was named one of the top 10 assistant coaches in the country by The Sporting News. After first arriving at Georgia Southern in 1983 as defensive line coach, Johnson was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1985. Under his tutelage, record-setting quarterback Tracy Ham and the Eagle offense re-wrote the school record book while averaging 435 total yards and 36 points per contest. Georgia Southern rolled to a combined 26-4 record and captured a pair of I-AA titles in 1985-86. Johnson’s coaching career began when he was offensive coordinator and line coach at his alma mater, Avery County (N.C.) High School, in 1979-80. He accepted the offensive coordinator’s position at Lees-McRae Junior College in 1981, leading his offensive unit to a sixth-place national standing among NJCAA total offense leaders. Johnson, a native of Newland, N.C., earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Western Carolina in 1979 and a Master’s degree in health and physical education from Appalachian State in 1982. He and wife, Susan, are the parents of a daughter, Kaitlyn.

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COACHING STAFF/SUPPORT STAFF COACHING STAFF

PAUL JOHNSON

BRIAN BOHANNON

AL GROH

CHARLES KELLY

Head Coach

Quarterbacks/B-Backs Coach

Defensive Coordinator

Defensive Secondary Coach

ANDY McCOLLUM

LAMAR OWENS

AL PRESTON

MIKE SEWAK

Defensive Line/ Recruiting Coordinator

A-Backs Coach

Wide Receivers Coach

Co-Offensive Line Coach

GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACHES CRAIG CANDETO CHRIS HAMPTON

JOE SPEED Linebackers Coach

RICH BEDESEM SHANE BOWEN J.R. DORMAN

SUPPORTING STAFF JASON SNIDER

JAY SHOOP

TERI ANTON

Director of Football Operations

Director of Sports Medicine

Administrative Assistant

TOM CONNER

TOPHER ROBERTS

JENNIFER PARDUE

Equipment Manager

LIAM KLEIN Director of Player Personnel

TODD McCARTHY Director of Video Operations



INTERNS

Assistant Director of Football Operations

NEAL PEDUZZI Director of Player Development

DEREK MOORE Team Chaplain

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PUNT WINDHAM Asst. Equipment Manager

I-SHIEN SHIAO Athletic Trainer


2010 FALL SCHEDULES 2010 CROSS COUNTRY September 4 September 16 October 2 October 9 October 15 October 30 November 13 November 22

Sat. Thur. Sat. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat. Mon.

UGA Invitational GT –UGA Dual Meet Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic Samford Invitational Appalachian State Blue Ridge Open ACC Championships NCAA South Region Championships NCAA Championships

2010 VOLLEYBALL Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Louisville, Ky. Birmingham, Ala. Boone, N.C. Boston, Mass. Birmingham, Ala. Terre Haute, Ind.

2010-11 SWIMMING & DIVING October 23 November 3rd November 5th November 19-21 January 7th January 8th January 14th January 15th January 29th February 15-19 February 23-26 March 17-19 March 24-26



Tri-Meet: WKU and FAU Tri- Meet: UGA and Emory at Clemson Georgia Tech Invite at Florida at FSU w/UNC-W at Davidson at NC State Darton College (Senior Day) Women’s ACC Championships Men’s ACC Championships Women’s NCAA Championships Men’s NCAA Championships

Atlanta, Ga.. Atlanta, Ga. Clemson, S.C. Atlanta, Ga. Gainesville, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Davidson, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Austin, Texas Minneapolis, Minn.

August 27-28 September 3-4 September 10-11 September 17-18 September 24 September 26 October 1 October 2 October 8 October 10 October 15 October 17 October 22 October 23 October 26 October 29 October 30 November 5 November 6 November 12 November 14 November 19 November 21 November 26

Friday/Saturday GT Indiana/UAB/Alabama A&M Friday/Saturday @ Kansas St GT/Loyola Marymount/Oral Rob Friday/Saturday @ Georgia GT/FGCU/Washington Friday/Saturday @ Clemson GT/Georgia St /Florida A&M Friday Duke 7:00PM Sunday Wake Forest 1:00PM Friday @Virginia 7:00PM Saturday @ Virginia Tech 6:00PM Friday @Miami 7:00PM Sunday @ Florida St. 1:00PM Friday North Carolina 7:00PM Sunday North Carolina St. 1:00PM Friday Boston College 7:00PM Saturday Maryland 7:00PM Tuesday Middle Tennessee St. 6:30PM Friday @ Wake Forest 7:00PM Saturday @ Duke 7:00PM Friday Florida St. TBA Saturday Miami TBA Friday Virginia Tech TBA Sunday Virginia TBA Friday @ NC State 7:00PM Sunday @ North Carolina 1:00PM Friday Clemson 6:30PM

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2010 COMPOSITE ACC FOOTBALL SCHEDULE All Times Eastern

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Florida A&M at Miami, ESPN3.com, 7:30 pm Presbyterian at Wake Forest, ESPN3.com, 6:30 pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

East Carolina at Virginia Tech, ESPN3. com, 1:30 pm Wake Forest at Stanford, ESPN2, 11:15 pm

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Miami at Pittsburgh, ESPN, 7:30 pm

Weber State at Boston College, ESPN3.com, 1 pm North Texas at Clemson, ESPN3.com, 3:30 pm Elon at Duke, ESPN3.com, 7 pm Samford at Florida State, ESPNU, 12 pm South Carolina State at Georgia Tech, ESPN3.com, 1 pm LSU vs. North Carolina (Atlanta), ABC, 8 pm Western Carolina at NC State, ESPN3.com, 6 pm Richmond at Virginia, ESPN3.com, 6 pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2

Navy vs. Maryland, (Baltimore), ESPN, 4 pm Boise State vs. Virginia Tech, (Landover, Md.), ESPN, 8 pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Kent State at Boston College, ESPNU, 3:30 pm Presbyterian at Clemson, ESPN3.cmo, 3:30 pm Duke at Wake Forest, Raycom, 12 pm Florida State at Oklahoma, ABC/ESPN2, 3:30 pm Georgia Tech at Kansas, FSN, 12 pm Morgan State at Maryland, ESPN3.cmo, 6 pm Miami at Ohio State. ESPN, 3:40 pm NC State at UCF, CBSCS, 7:30 pm Virginia at Southern California, FSN, 10:30 pm James Madison at Virginia Tech, ESPN3.com, 1:30 pm

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 Cincinnati at NC State, ESPN, 7:30 pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Clemson at Auburn, ESPN, 7 pm Alabama at Duke. ABC, 3:30 pm BYU at Florida State, ESPNU, 3:30 pm Georgia Tech at North Carolina, Raycom, 12 pm Maryland at West Virginia, ESPNU, 12 pm

Virginia Tech at Boston College Army at Duke Wake Forest at Florida State NC State at Georgia Tech Florida International at Maryland North Carolina at Rutgers VMI at Virginia

Notre Dame at Boston College Miami at Clemson Duke at Maryland Florida State at Virginia Georgia Tech at Wake Forest East Carolina at North Carolina Virginia Tech at NC State

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 Boston College at NC State Clemson at North Carolina Florida State at Miami Virginia at Georgia Tech Central Michigan at Virginia Tech Navy at Wake Forest

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 Boston College at Florida State Maryland at Clemson Miami at Duke North Carolina at Virginia Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech NC State at East Carolina, CBSCS, 12 pm Wake Forest at Virginia Tech

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 Maryland at Boston College Georgia Tech at Clemson Duke at Virginia Tech North Carolina at Miami Eastern Michigan at Virginia

Miami at Georgia Tech Maryland at Virginia Virginia Tech at North Carolina Wake Forest at NC State

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 Florida State at NC State, ESPN, 7:30 pm

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 Clemson at Boston College Duke at Navy Wake Forest at Maryland Miami at Virginia William & Mary at North Carolina

Virginia at Boston College Clemson at Wake Forest Duke at Georgia Tech Florida State at Maryland Virginia Tech at Miami NC State at North Carolina

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech, ESPN, 7:30 pm

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Boston College at Wake Forest NC State at Clemson Virginia at Duke North Carolina at Florida State Maryland at Miami

Boston College at Syracuse South Carolina at Clemson North Carolina at Duke Florida at Florida State Georgia Tech at Georgia NC State at Maryland South Florida at Miami Virginia at Virginia Tech Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 Dr Pepper ACC Championship Game, (Charlotte, N.C.), ESPN, 7:45 pm

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 Boston College at Duke Clemson at Florida State



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2010 ACC BOWL SCHEDULE

ADVOCARE V100 INDEPENDENCE ACC vs. Mountain West • Shreveport, La. Independence Stadium • Dec. 27 5 p.m. • TBD

FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY ACC vs. SEC • Nashville, Tenn. LP Field • Dec. 30 6:40 p.m. • ESPN

CHAMPS SPORTS

EAGLEBANK

ACC vs. Big East • Orlando, Fla. Florida Citrus Bowl • Dec. 28 6:30 p.m. • ESPN

ACC vs. C-USA • Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium • Dec. 29 2:30 p.m. • ESPN

MEINEKE CAR CARE

HYUNDAI SUN

ACC vs. Big East • Charlotte, N.C. Bank of America Stadium • Dec. 31 Noon • ESPN

ACC vs. Pac-10 • El Paso, Texas Sun Bowl • Dec. 31 2 p.m. • CBS

CHICK-FIL-A

ORANGE

ACC vs. SEC • Atlanta Georgia Dome • Dec. 31 TBD • TBD

BCS vs. BCS • Miami Sun Life Stadium • Jan. 3 8 p.m. • ESPN

TOSTITOS BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2 • Glendale, Ariz. U. of Phoenix Stadium • Jan. 10 8 p.m. • ESPN



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RADIO AFFILIATES The radio broadcast team for Yellow Jacket football is headlined by play-by-play announcer Wes Durham, the Voice of the Yellow Jackets since 1995. Durham, who also serves as Director of Broadcasting for the Georgia Tech Athletic Association, is a six-time selection as the WES DURHAM Sportscaster of the Year in the state of Georgia and the recipient of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Furman Bisher Awardâ&#x20AC;? from the Atlanta Sports Council. He is also the radio voice of the Atlanta Falcons. Joining Durham in the booth is former Yellow Jacket and NFL quarterback, Rick Strom, who enters his sixth season on air and third in the booth. Jeff Woolverton of 790 AM â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Zoneâ&#x20AC;? will return for his third year as the broadcast teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sideline reporter. Co-host of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Brandon (Adams) and Woolveyâ&#x20AC;? weekdays from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Woolverton has had an association with ISP since joining the 790 team. In 2007, he hosted a weekly Georgia Tech football show live from Fox Sports Grill. The football broadcast team also includes veteran engineer and producer Miller Pope along with long-time spotters Al Ciraldo, Jr., and Tommy Barber. Following each game, Wes Durham will interview key players and coaches, and fans will get statistics and scores on â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Locker Room Show.â&#x20AC;?

THE PAUL JOHNSON RADIO SHOW Wednesday 7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8 p.m., unless noted Show # Date 1. August 25 2. September 1 3. September 8 4. September 15 5. September 22 6. September 29 7. October 6



Show # Date 8. October 13 9. October 20 10. November 2 (Tuesday) 11. November 10 12. November 17 13. November 24

GEORGIA TECH ISP SPORTS NETWORK

(Station list as of 7/1/10. Some afďŹ liates carry a partial game schedule. Please check local listings.) Atlanta Atlanta Albany Augusta Brunswick Calhoun Cleveland, TN Cochran Columbus Commerce Cornelia Gainesville Greensboro GrifďŹ n Jessup LaGrange Lexington, NC Louisville Macon Manchester Milledgeville Rome Savannah Statesboro Tennille Thomaston Toccoa Vidalia Vidalia

WQXI-AM WYAY-FM WALG-AM WRDW-AM WMOG-AM WEBS-AM WSAA-FM WDXQ-FM WAGH-FM WJJC-AM WCON-FM WGGA-AM WDDK-FM WKEU-AM WLOP-AM WTRP-AM WLXN-AM WPEH-AM WQMJ-FM WFDR-AM WMVG-AM WLAQ-AM WSGA-FM WMCD-FM WJFL-FM WTGA-AM WNEG-AM WVOP-AM WYUM-FM

790 106.7 1590 1630 1490 1030 93.1 96.7 101.3 1270 99.3 1240 103.9 1450 1370 620 1440 1420 100.1 1370 1450 1410 92.3 107.3 101.9 1590 630 970 101.7

PAUL JOHNSON SHOW AFFILIATES Atlanta Atlanta Albany Augusta Brunswick Columbus Commerce Cornelia Cornelia Dalton Gainesville GrifďŹ n LaGrange Rome Savannah Statesboro

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WQXI-AM WYAY-FM WALG-AM WRDW-AM WMOG-AM WHAL-AM WJJC-AM WCON-AM WCON-FM WBLJ-AM WGGA-AM WKEU-AM WTRP-AM WLAQ-AM WSGA-FM WMCD-FM

790 106.7 1590 1630 1490 1460 1270 1450 99.3 1230 1240 1450 620 1410 92.3 107.3



2010 Georgia Tech Football Fan Guide