Reader Greg, a frequent contributor to the site, is taking in games at three different venues to open the season. His first stop was Atlanta for Thursday night's game between something called Jacksonville State and Georgia Tech.
Tailgating season is back and these Georgia Tech fans appeared to be in midseason form.
If you misplaced your Yellow Jackets paraphernalia in the offseason, replacement parts were readily available.
A look at rush-hour traffic on the I-75/I-85 interchange through downtown Atlanta. Not many people using that carpool lane. ...
The scene inside. Built in 1913 by members of the student body, this is one of the oldest stadiums in the country.
After pregame warmups, it was time for the band to warm up the fans.
The Yellow Jackets emerge from the smoke and take the field for the start of the Paul Johnson era.
Despite the noncompetitive nature of the game, this cheerleader enjoyed being the center of attention.
Nightfall descends on Atlanta as the Yellow Jackets cruise to their 41-14 victory.
Historic Tech Tower, the main administration building on campus, was built in 1988, one of the first two buildings completed on campus.