This panorama of the 100th anniversary of Historic Grant Field was taken by James Blakeway. Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field, originally built in 1913, has been home to Georgia Tech football for more than a century. One of the best venues in the country to watch college football, the facility is the oldest on-campus stadium in NCAA Division 1-A (FBS). The facility was known as Grant Field until 1988, when the name Bobby Dodd Stadium was added in honor of the legendary coach who guided the Rambling Wreck to an illustrious football era. In true Georgia Tech style, the Rambling Wreck rolled onto the field and fans dressed in white at this nationally televised event on September 14, 2013 against Virginia Tech.
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