The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football program held a special event on campus for international students recently.
With the help of Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson and players from the program, international students got the opportunity to learn and play the game of football at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Some of the students had never touched a football before, but they got hands on training and a unique, behind-the-scenes experience.
From putting on the football gear in the locker room from making the run out of the tunnel onto the field and participating in drills, the international students appeared to have a great time.
Kudos to Georgia Tech for putting together such a fun event for the students.
Not only did the students appear to have a good time, but it was great to see the football players enjoying their time as teachers, as well. This event will not just help with the exposure of football for those who may previously have been uninterested in the sport, but it will also build camaraderie amongst the student body.
You can check out the video that was released by Georgia Tech below.
Featured photo credit (above) to Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets athletics