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History Of Georgia Tech/to Do - World War I
... is named) insisted that the school acquire its own football field ... team had used area parks, especially the playing fields of Piedmont Park ... took out a seven-year lease on what is now the southern end of Grant Field, although the land was not adequate for sports, due to its unleveled, rocky nature ...
Florida Auto Exchange Stadium - History
... From 1977 to 1989, the Blue Jays played at Grant Field, which had a seating capacity of 3,417 ... Grant Field opened in 1930 and was named after the mayor of Dunedin who had donated the land ... a new stadium called Dunedin Stadium at the same location as Grant Field ...
Bobby Dodd Stadium - History
... Grant Field is the oldest continuously used on-campus site for college football in the Southern United States, and the oldest in the FBS ... It was originally named for Hugh Inman Grant, son of John W ... Grant, a well-known Atlanta merchant and original benefactor of the stadium ...
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football - Home Stadium
... play their home games at Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field in Atlanta, Georgia ... John Heisman insisted that the Institute acquire its own football field ... Grant Field was constructed to appease Heisman as well as bring a true home field advantage to Tech football ...
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football - Traditions
... If Georgia Tech only kicks a field goal, "Ramblin' Wreck" is played ... Ford Model A Sports Coupe, and it has led the football team on to Grant Field every game since September 30, 1961 ... "Buzz" began pacing the sidelines of Grant Field as a mischievous anthropomorphized yellow jacket during the 1970s ...

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