On his first day on the job as offensive coordinator for Georgia State’s football team, John Bond rolled a chair into an empty conference room in the Citizen’s Trust Bank Building for the team’s first-ever coaches’ meeting.
2010 Special Edition
For years, countless individuals on our campus and elsewhere have been working very hard to make Georgia State University football a reality. Coaches and a staff were hired. Contracts were signed. Players were recruited.
From Owls to Ramblers to Panthers, GSU’s mascot has evolved through the years.
Brandon Jones, No. 20, is a 20-year-old psychology major and free safety on the GSU defense.
Are you ready for the kickoff?! For GSU’s inaugural football season, seven home games will be played at the Georgia Dome in a “lower bowl” configuration of about 27,000 seats.
Just like head football coach Bill Curry, Chester Phillips, GSU’s director of athletic bands, is building a new tradition from the ground up.
Grad students in GSU’s master of science in sports medicine program keep athletes in condition and players in the game.
Kelcey Rogiers-Jensen was a star women’s basketball player at GSU from 2003 to 2007 and later played professionally in Sweden.