It’s time for the daily morning post with links to news all around the internet for Georgia Tech athletics.
In today’s edition of The Morning Buzz, there are links regarding the two letter of intents that the basketball program has received, future scheduling (China?), and potential spring game upgrades for fans.
YellowJackedUp: Moses Wright signs letter of intent – Dylan Callaghan-Croley
The most recent commit for Georgia Tech basketball sent in his letter of intent on Thursday morning, officially making a member of the program. Wright, a late-bloomer will provide the Jackets with a strong stretch-four option down the road.
YellowJackedUp: Curtis Haywood II signs letter of intent – Dylan Callaghan-Croley
Haywood II was the first to send his letter of intent this week. The Oklahoma native committed to the Yellow Jackets originally back in December. A shooting guard, Haywood will provide a good skill set for the Jackets once he arrives on campus.
MyAJC: Georgia Tech coach Josh Partner on scheduling, Jose Alvarado, and more – Ken Sugiura
It’s everybody’s favorite AJC writer Ken Sugiura! In this piece, Ken was able to talk to head coach Josh Partner regarding future scheduling, incoming recruit Jose Alvarado along with much more. An interesting read, especially when it comes down to out-of-conference scheduling.
While there wasn’t any notable news to come out of Wednesday regarding the football program, there are a few notables to pass along.
The Georgia Tech athletic department is offering fans the ability to upgrade their spring game tickets with the ability to get field passes along with other. If you’re planning on going to next Friday’s game, be sure to check out these great offers.
With the Jackets off on Wednesday, no news of note. Check back here on YellowJackedUp later today for a preview of this weekend’s series against the second-ranked Cardinals.