Signing Day, Bowl Preview Broadcasts Set for Wednesday

THE FLATS – The future and present of Georgia Tech football will be showcased during a pair of broadcasts on Wednesday. At 9 a.m., new head coach Geoff Collins’ initial crop of future Jackets will be introduced during Tech’s 2019 National Signing Day show, presented by Nissan, which will be streamed on ACC Network Extra. At 7:30 p.m., the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network radio crew will look ahead to the final game of the Paul Johnson era during its Quick Lane Bowl preview show, which will air live on the network’s flagship station, 680/93.7 The Fan.

Wednesday, Dec. 19 – 9-10 a.m.
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Collins, the Voice of the Yellow Jackets Andy Demetra and Georgia Tech football letterwinner/ESPN college football analyst Roddy Jones gather at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium to dissect Collins’ initial signing class with the Jackets. The hour-long show will include highlights and Collins’ thoughts on each signee.

Wednesday, Dec. 19 – 7:30-8:30 p.m.
In Atlanta: 680/93.7 The Fan
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Airing directly before the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network’s live coverage of Georgia Tech men’s basketball vs. Arkansas, the Quick Lane Bowl preview show will be co-hosted by Demetra and sideline analyst Wiley Ballard and will not only preview the Dec. 26 matchup vs. Minnesota in Detroit, but will also look back on the Jackets’ 2018 season and the career of their surefire Hall of Fame coach. Guests include Johnson, athletics director Todd Stansbury and an array of Georgia Tech student-athletes.

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