1. Goldfellas

Goldfellas are a group who paint their entire bodies gold and spell out different phrases on their chests. These superfans can be found at every Georgia Tech game and do an excellent job of showing their support for the team. Look out for these fans to provide entertainment in the stands during games.

2. Ramblin’ Wreck

The Ramblin’ Wreck is a 1930 Ford Model A and the official mascot of the Georgia Tech student body. You can see the Ramblin’ Wreck at a variety Georgia Tech sporting events and student functions, so If you’re attending a basketball game where the Ramblin’ Wreck is present make sure to get a picture of this fantastic vehicle.

3. Buzz

Buzz is an anthropomorphized yellow jacket and Georgia Tech’s other mascot. His signature move is called the “Buzz Flip,” which is a suicide front flip. At games, Buzz can be seen crowd surfing and performing all kinds of other shenanigans, so don’t miss him.

4. Retired Numbers

Make sure to check out the retired numbers inside the Hank McCamish Pavilion. The numbers can be found hanging from the arena’s ceiling and are an excellent way to honor past greats such as John Salley and Mark Price.

5. Georgia Tech Pep Band

Despite being an institute of technology, Georgia Tech still has a great pep band. The band plays at every home game where they play a variety of fan favorites including fight songs and other popular songs such as “When You Say Budweiser, You’ve Said It All.” If you’re attending a Georgia Tech game, be prepared to enjoy an incredible band show as well as an incredible game.

6. Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate: Georgia-Georgia Tech

The hate between Georgia Tech and Georgia carries over from the gridiron to the hardwood. The two schools absolutely despise each other and have met 187 times dating back to 1906, so don’t miss it when Georgia Tech takes on Georgia.

7. Cheer and Dance Teams

The Georgia Tech cheer and dance teams provide excellent in-game entertainment. The cheer team does a great job of rousing the crowd and the dance team’s routines are top notch, so make sure to enjoy the performances of these two spirit groups when attending a Georgia Tech basketball game.

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