If by that, you mean Georgia Tech can’t keep its jalopy/mascot in a state of decent repair, well, okay.
Perhaps you remember this mishap from a couple of years ago.
Now, there are more problems.
A Georgia Tech student has filed suit against the school and a Cobb County metal fabricator, blaming them for injuries he suffered when a hand rail broke and he fell of Tech’s iconic car, the Ramblin’ Wreck.
The suit, filed Wednesday in Fulton Superior Court, names Tech, the company and the state of Georgia as defendants. The suit holds Tech responsible for “promoting the unsafe use of a vehicle by students.”
Georgia Tech and Eco-Clean Inc., the Cobb County business that installed the railings, both declined to comment Thursday.
You really would think a school full of engineers could do better.