Aug. 1, 2001
ATLANTA – For the first time since Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field was reconfigured following the 1985 season, Georgia Tech has sold all of its 22,000 available season ticket packages.
As a result, no tickets remain for the Yellow Jackets’ home games against Clemson on Sept. 29 and Georgia on Nov. 24. However, fans can still buy a 4-game package of tickets that includes the Jackets’ home games against The Citadel (Sept. 1), Maryland (Oct. 11), NC State (Oct. 20) and North Carolina (Nov. 1). The package costs $104 per seat.
Tech, ranked as high as 10th in pre-season publications after a 9-3 campaign in 2000, are aiming for a fifth-consecutive bowl berth in 2001. The Jackets are led by six players who eanred all-ACC honors last year – quarterback George Godsey (Tampa, Fla.) and wide receiver Kelly Campbell (Atlanta, Ga.) on the offensive side of the ball, two of the nation’s premier pass rushers in Greg Gathers (LaPlace, La.) and Nick Rogers (East Point, Ga.) and free safety Jeremy Muyres (Stone Mountain, Ga.) on an ever-improving defense, and kicker Luke Manget (Conyers, Ga.).
By purchasing the 4-game ticket package, fans will receive priority over the general public in purchasing full-season tickets next season in the newly-renovated Bobby Dodd Stadium. To purchase tickets or to get more information, call the Tech ticket office at 888-TECH-TIX.