April 10, 2008
A full compliment of game day entertainment will be on hand with the marching band, cheerleaders and dance squad all performing. Former Yellow Jacket standouts will be interviewed on the video board at various points during the game.
Tech fans will get their first glimpse of Johnson’s spread offense and a youthful defense under the direction of new coordinator Dave Wommack. The Yellow Jackets return eight starters from a team that won seven games in 2007 and earned an 11th consecutive postseason bowl appearance.
April 19th will be a busy sports day on the Georgia Tech campus. In addition to the T-Day Game, Tech is hosting the ACC Track and Field Championships as well as a home softball doubleheader against Boston College.
Information concerning the T-Day Game:
Admission: No charge.
Parking: The Georgia Tech Campus Parking and Transportation office is charging $5 for parking in all lots on April 19th. Parking at Alexander Memorial Coliseum is reserved for the ACC Track and Field participants and officials. No T-Day Game parking will be allowed in this lot.
Seating: Lower level seating in the East, West and North stands. Enter through Gate 1, 4, 5, or 7.
Concessions: Concession stands will be open in the east and west seating areas. Concession vendors will also be open for business on Callaway Plaza near Gate 7 before kickoff of the Spring Game.
Pre-game Activities: Activities for kids run from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. outside the stadium on Bobby Dodd Way. A DJ will play music and lead games for kids and adults. Face painters, inflatable games, a giant inflatable slide, a golf driving cage and more will all be part of the festivities.
During the Game: The marching band, cheerleaders and Ramblin’ Wreck will all be on hand. Several Georgia Tech football legends will be interviewed on the sidelines during the game and shown on the video board.