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Clemson’s victory in the ACC championship makes it a near-certainty that Georgia Tech will go to El Paso, Texas, for the Sun Bowl Dec. 31.
Virginia Tech, the title-game loser, will go to the Chick-fil-A Bowl. The ACC bowl games are contractually obligated to select the team either with the best conference record or a team within one win of that team. The Hokies went 7-1 in the ACC and no other available team fared better than 5-3. That would slot Florida State for the Champs Sports Bowl. The Seminoles, the only other ranked ACC team, would undoubtedly be a popular choice for the Orlando-based game. Georgia Tech has been the stated preference of the Sun Bowl if available.
Tech’s opponent appears to be Utah, which finished 7-5 overall and 4-5 in the conference in its first season in the Pac-12. The Jackets and Utes played previously in the 2005 Emerald Bowl in San Francisco, a 38-10 Tech loss that began its current six-game losing streak in bowl games. Washington is reportedly
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Jasmine Hassell scored a career-high 24 points, Jasmine James added 12 and No. 15 Georgia beat Georgia Tech 75-68 on Sunday.
The Lady Bulldogs (7-1) improved to 30-4 in the series, including 14-0 at Stegeman Coliseum.
Sasha Goodlett and Tyaunna Marshall scored 19 and Metra Walthour finished with 14 for Georgia Tech (5-3). The Yellow Jackets have dropped three of four.
Ricky Tarrant highlighted a 24-point outing with six 3-pointers and a pair of clutch free throws with 25 seconds left, and Tulane improved to 9-0 for the first time in two decades with a 57-52 victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday.
After an 8-4 finish to its regular season, the Georgia Tech Football team has put themselves in position for its 15th straight bowl appearance. The Georgia Tech Athletic Association will announce the football team's 2011 Bowl destination Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m.
Georgia Tech 2012 commit Dennis Andrews was in town for an official visit over the weekend, and the quarterback from Tallahassee spent his time on campus getting to know his surroundings.
Georgia Tech looks to make it two wins in a row and take a big step toward getting back into the top 25, traveling to Athens to take on rival and No. 15/14 Georgia. Tip-off at Stegeman Coliseum is set for 2:00 p.m.The Jackets blew out Nebraska, 73-57, in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge in its last game on Wednesday night at the Arena at Gwinnett Center. Ty Marshall had a game-high 28 for...
A few notes about Georgia Tech’s berth in the Sun Bowl.
1. Chick-fil-A Bowl president Gary Stokan said that, after Virginia Tech was picked for the Sugar Bowl, making the Hokies unavailable, the choices were Tech, Florida State, Virginia and Wake Forest, all of which were 5-3 in the ACC. Virginia owns wins over the Jackets and Seminoles and has a better overall record...
Five Yellow Jacket swimmers qualified for the United State Olympic Trials in six events during the 2011 AT&T Winter Nationals that was held this past weekend at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.
EL PASO, Texas - Georgia Tech and Utah both accepted invitations on Sunday to play in the Sun Bowl.
Sasha Goodlett and Tyaunna Marshall scored 19 and Metra Walthour finished with 14 for Georgia Tech (5-3) which lost to No. 15 Georgia 75-68 on Sunday.
Georgia Tech needs to do several things better to win more often, but for purposes of simplicity we'll boil it down here to a couple areas of concern as the Yellow Jackets prepare for the final time today before playing Wednesday at Georgia.
Utah and Georgia Tech have accepted invitations to participate in the 78th-annual Hyundai Sun Bowl, announced Sun Bowl Association football selection committee chairman John H. Folmer. The Utes and the Yellow Jackets will play on Saturday, Dec. 31 at noon (MST) at Sun Bowl Stadium. The game will be broadcast on CBS.
Wee played Georgia Tech and we only had that one day (off). I thought we played well against Georgia Tech.
Jasmine Hassell scored a career-high 24 points, Jasmine James added 12 and No. 15 Georgia beat Georgia Tech 75-68 on Sunday. The Lady Bulldogs (7-1) improved to 30-4 in the series, including 14-0 at Stegeman Coliseum. Sasha Goodlett and Tyaunna Marshall scored 19 and Metra Walthour finished with 14 for Georgia Tech (5-3).
Head basketball coach Brian Gregory updates the local media on the Yellow Jackets and looks ahead to Wednesday night's game against Georgia (7 p.m., FS South, 790 AM, 106.7 FM).