Quite the problem Georgia Tech’s AD faces:
Tech is encountering an aging fan base, resistance to season-ticket purchases, the ever-improving option of watching from home, the recent preponderance of the dreaded noon kickoffs and frustrations of fans with new policies restricting what can be brought into the stadium. Not to mention the difficulty of building enthusiasm for a team that didn’t make a bowl game in two of the past three seasons.
The good news is that season ticket sales are similar to 2016, a year like this when Georgia isn’t on the home schedule. The bad news is that last year, when the Dawgs did play at BDS, marked the lowest average of ticket sales since 2012.
Hard to believe Paul Johnson isn’t more compelling.