College Football

Master’s student Hunt reflects on his final football games: ‘I’ve loved every second about being part of the team’

Civil engineering master's student Cheyenne Hunt waves during one of Georgia Tech's football games this year. Hunt is a walk-on offensive tackle finishing his final year on the team. (Photo: Danny Karnik/Georgia Tech Athletics)

Yellow Jackets offensive tackle Cheyenne Hunt finished his civil engineering bachelor’s degree in May. But he’ll still be celebrated on the field Nov. 17 with the team’s other seniors.

Friday, November 16, 2018

Hurricanes vs. Stadiums: Stewart explains why the massive structures can withstand storms

SEC Country website screen shot of a story looking at the effects of major hurricanes on college football stadiums.

With Hurricane Matthew looming, college football programs throughout the Southeast had to consider the impact of the massive storm on their scheduled games Oct. 8. Two games has to be postponed — one indefinitely — prompting the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s SEC Country website to ask what would happen to a stadium in a major hurricane.

Monday, October 10, 2016
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