Georgia State's first Spring Football Game under head coach Shawn Elliott will take place on Saturday, April 15 at Grady Stadium in Midtown Atlanta.
With two spring practice sessions now in the books, Georgia State head coach Shawn Elliott and his staff now look forward to Thursday's first practice in pads.
The Georgia State football team practiced under new head coach Shawn Elliott and his staff for the first time as the Panthers opened spring drills Monday morning at the GSU Practice Complex
Georgia State's new head coach Shawn Elliott and his staff will take the field with the 2017 Panthers for the first time as the program opens spring practice Monday with an 8:45 a.m. workout at the GSU Practice Complex.
The inaugural football season at Georgia State Stadium will kick off on Thursday, Aug. 31 vs. Tennessee State, one of two Thursday night contests the Panthers will host as part of their 2017 schedule announced Wednesday by the Sun Belt Conference.
Skylor Magee has joined the Georgia State football staff as defensive line coach after serving in the same capacity at Charleston Southern. Head coach Shawn Elliott also announced that inside linebackers coach Rusty Wright will serve as the Panthers’ recruiting coordinator.
The Georgia State football team will open its first spring practice under new head coach Shawn Elliott on Monday, March 20. The Panthers' Blue-White Spring Game is scheduled for Saturday, April 15, at a time and location to be announced.
Before kicking off the 2017 football season in the new Georgia State Stadium this fall, the Department of Athletics announced on Tuesday the formation of the Panthers Fan Council to give fans, alums, staff and community the opportunity to assist in various initiatives and topics for the new stadium.
Important information for any Georgia State student interested football tryouts.
Fans can officially start counting down the days to the opening football game in Georgia State Stadium history which will be played on Thursday, Aug. 31, when the Panthers host Tennessee State.
Georgia State wide receiver Robert Davis, who just completed a record-setting, four-year career for the Panthers, has earned an invitation to the annual NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind.
Signing Day Central 2017