At one time or another Georgia Tech fans felt that there was a chance that they may never see Kyle Jackson play linebacker again. After getting significant playing time his redshirt freshman season, Jackson suffered a foot injury that required surgery and caused him to miss the entire 2009 season and spring practice 2010.
August 22, 2010
As Georgia Tech heads into fall camp, GoJackets.com will take position-by-position look at the team. The report will contain a look back at the pre-spring practice report, the new depth chart following spring and a review/preview/predictions section. The next position up is linebacker.
July 31, 2009
Regardless of what transpires in the Chick-fil-A Bowl versus LSU on Wednesday, most Georgia Tech fans would conclude that the 2008 season has been a glowing success. Putting together a season like the Yellow Jackets are about to finish up takes more than just the stars to make it happen. Here's a story about two whose contributions on and off the field were felt in 2008.
December 29, 2008
Two of Georgia Tech's recruits from the highly touted class of 2007 suffered injuries during the season. WR Tyler Melton, from Texas, suffered an ACL injury and LB Kyle Jackson, a local prospect from Union Grove High, tore his lateral meniscus. Kyle informed GoJackets.com of his progress from injury.
December 20, 2006
Georgia Tech linebacker commit Kyle Jackson took another unofficial trip to watch the Yellow Jackets play against Troy this weekend. The 35-20 victory for the Jackets was a better result than the heartbreaking loss Kyle watched his last time on campus in game 1 when Tech couldn't quite overcome Notre Dame.
September 17, 2006
Kyle Jackson a.k.a. "The Ambassador" spent the weekend around the Tech campus for the events surrounding the big Georgia Tech-Notre Dame game. The game didn't turn out quite like he wanted to but he had a great time anyway. Kyle got to hang out with other recruits, commits, and Tech players in addition to conversations with coaches and players after the game.
September 4, 2006