Posted January 06, 2012 on
While most college basketball fans are focused on the work that their team is doing to pick up high school basketball players, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets just recently picked up a player using another method.
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Hope all are well. With Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team opening ACC play Saturday against Duke at Philips Arena, I thought it was well past time to dig in. Thursday, Randy Waters of 11 Alive and the inimitable Matt Winkeljohn from Sting Daily and I spoke with coach Brian Gregory before practice. He had some insights and thoughts worth sharing. Mostly, I was struck...
Coming off its seventh straight NCAA Championships appearance and sixth trip to the NCAA Round of 16 or better, the Georgia Tech women's tennis team will begin its 2012 spring season ranked 13th in the initial Campbell's/ITA Division I College Tennis Rankings.
Georgia Tech's bid to pull off an upset of fifth-ranked and unbeaten Maryland went precisely according to plan for nearly 23 minutes. After that, however, the Yellow Jackets found out that nothing comes easy on the road against Alyssa Thomas and the determined Terrapins. Thomas scored 18 of her 24 points in the second half, and Maryland rallied from a 20-point deficit to pull out a 77-74...
Former Georgia Tech defensive end Jason Peters was picked to play in the Casino Del Sol All-Star Game Jan. 16 in Tucson, Ariz.
Peters made 30 career starts and finished with 109 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.
Red-hot Georgia Tech faces a stern test tonight in attempting to go 2-0 in ACC play when they visit No. 5 Maryland. Tip-off at the Comcast Center is at 8:30 p.m.The Jackets began 2012 the way they finished 2011, with a victory, topping North Carolina State, 76-66, Monday night at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, N.C.
Duke vs. Georgia Tech Game Notes
The Georgia Tech swimming and diving team returns to the pool after a two month-long break when the Yellow Jackets battle Florida Gulf Coast, Liberty and North Dakota Saturday in Ft. Myers, Fla.
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The Georgia Tech women's swimming and diving team swept Florida Gulf Coast, Liberty and North Dakota in a dual meet Saturday in Ft. Myers, Fla., while the men had no trouble in beating North Dakota.
Georgia Tech jumps right into its 2012 ACC schedule, as it hosts three-time defending ACC Champion and No. 5 Duke at Philips Arena. Tip-off in both teams' ACC opener is at noon.The Yellow Jackets have lost three straight and are coming off their worst loss of the season, a 73-48 defeat at the hands of Alabama at Philips on Tuesday night.
The Terps overcame a 20 point deficit to defeat Georgia Tech, 77-74.
In the sad-but-true file, you can find the fact that some Georgia Tech fans are dreading today's game with Duke.That's because human nature is to look straight to the bottom line, which includes both winning and style points. This does not dovetail with patience.
Duke Tops Georgia Tech 81-74