This month's edition of the "Toddcast" includes an in-depth look at the art of college football scheduling from the perspective of Georgia Tech's director of athletics
Andy Demetra is entering his second season as the “Voice of the Yellow Jackets” on the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network having come to The Flats in August 2016.
In addition to serving as the play-by-play broadcaster for football and men’s basketball on Tech’s statewide radio network and Sirius/XM, Demetra hosts the Paul Johnson and Josh Pastner Call-In Shows and TV Reports.
Outside of his radio broadcasts, he is the author of “Inside The Chart,” a weekly feature column for RamblinWreck.com, which won a 2016 South Carolina Press Association Award for “Best Series of Sports Articles, All Divisions.” He is also the host of the “Toddcast,” Georgia Tech’s monthly podcast with director of athletics Todd Stansbury.
Prior to his role with the Yellow Jackets, Demetra spent seven seasons as the Director of Broadcasting and play-by-play voice for the South Carolina Gamecocks, primarily covering men’s basketball and baseball. He was named the 2005 and 2006 South Carolina Broadcasters Association Radio Sportscaster of the Year, becoming the youngest recipient of the award in the organization's 60-year history.
His television play-by-play credits include SEC Network, Pac-12 Network and Fox Sports South.
A native of Oak Brook, Ill., Demetra (pronounced duh-MEH-truh) graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University in 2003 with bachelor's degrees in broadcast journalism and Spanish literature.