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A photo tour of Georgia Tech's facilities
Scott from our staff got the chance to spend some time with Paul Johnson and his staff Thursday afternoon and has the photo evidence to prove it. The Yellow Jackets' facility looks great, it's clear the staff at Georgia Tech has put a lot of work into making them the best they can be.
We would like to thank Johnson and the entire Georgia Tech staff, especially director of player personnel Liam Klein, for all their hospitality.
Now on to the photos.
The view from Paul Johnson's desk.
A piece of the Georgia Tech players' lounge.
Georgia Tech has a movie theater connected to its recently completed players' lounge.
You've got to love the hive finish on the walls and ceiling of the Yellow Jackets' team meeting room.
Georgia Tech claims four national championships and is one of just five programs to appear in a bowl game in each of the past 16 seasons.
Tucked away in the bottom right corner of this photo is Bobby Dodd Stadium's coolest nugget.
Paul Johnson's office is very cool, overlooking the field. Cool feature...push a button under his desk and the windows immediately frost— FootballScoop Staff (@footballscoop) March 15, 2013
Georgia Tech uses wall-mounted HD cameras to film practice in their indoor facility.
Visibile from Georiga Tech's outdoor practice fields are the world headquarters for Coca-Cola and Turner Broadcasting, along with massive new buildings funded by Google and IBM. Hard to think of a better place for an engineering major to spend his college years.