If you wear white to Thursday’s nationally televised game against Clemson, and you see someone else wearing a similar outfit, don’t panic and rush back to the car to change.
It’s a whiteout by design, meaning fans of the Institute are supposed to dress up like they are headed to Wimbledon.
During last year’s whiteout I thought it would have been cool to see Tech come out in the white helmets. I don’t know if it’ll happen this time.
Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas said there was no big key to the 24-yard catch he made to beat Clemson, 21-17, last year in Death Valley:
“Get open. Get the corner to bite and get open. Catch the ball.”
He did, catching a pretty pass from Josh Nesbitt with 5 minutes, 22 seconds remaining. This after dropping one a bit earlier.
“I had dropped the ball earler in the game. I just wanted to come back and make the play,” said Thomas, who caught four passes for 101 yards in Saturday’s win against Jacksonville State.
Clemson running back C.J. Spiller, who missed last year’s game with a groin injury, said he and his teammates have talked about that game a little bit during the offseason, and that he’s used it to motivate the team’s defensive backs.
“Those guys know what they have to do on Thursday,” he said.
Is it just me, or does it feel odd that Tech’s baseball team will start fall practice today?
That was quite the thriller that Miami and FSU played against each other last night. But, does it show the potency of the offenses or the ineffectiveness of the defenses that they ran up 72 points? And what does this mean for Georgia Tech’s chances of winning the ACC?