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BRIAN GREGORY RUMORS

Georgia Tech to play three games in the Bahamas

The Georgia Tech basketball team gets the chance that apparently only comes around once every twenty-five years for them this August. The team will travel out of the country to play basketball for the first time since 1991. According to accsports.com, the Yellow Jackets will be traveling to the Bahamas from August 5-11. The team will be taking on a Bahamian all-star team in three...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

James White heads to Georgia Tech from Arkansas-Little Rock

  Forward James White, who led Arkansas-Little Rock in rebounds last season, is transferring to Georgia Tech to play his final season. Coach Brian Gregory says White has signed grant-in-aid papers to make the transfer official. The 6-foot-8, 220-pound Howard averaged a team-high 6.6 rebounds and was second with his average of 11.9 points in 14 games last season. His season was cut...
Via AP on Fox
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Georges-Hunt's injury a final painful blow for Georgia Tech

ATLANTA (AP) Marcus Georges-Hunt's broken foot was one last cruel blow in Georgia Tech's regular season filled with misery. Coach Brian Gregory said Friday Georges-Hunt, the team's leading scorer, is facing surgery after he fractured the fifth metatarsal in his right foot early in Tuesday night's lopsided loss to North Carolina. The Yellow Jackets, 12-19 overall, finished 3-15 in...
Via AP on Fox
March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

10 College Basketball Coaches on the Hot Seat

There were a lot of great coaching hires this offseason: Bruce Pearl got a second chance at Auburn; Virginia Tech hired Buzz Williams, one of the best coaches in the country; and Wake Forest hired up-and-comer Danny Manning. In order for those jobs to open, however, someone usually has to get fired. The hot seat is omnipresent in the college basketball world, and in today’s climate...
Via The Student Section
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Georgia Tech's Morris out with broken right foot

Georgia Tech senior Jason Morris broke his right foot in Wednesday night's loss to North Carolina and could miss the remainder of the season. Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory said Friday Morris will have surgery on Monday. Georgia Tech says his chances of returning this season are doubtful. Gregory says the injury to Morris is ''very unfortunate, almost beyond description.'' Morris...
Via AP on Fox
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Georgia Tech nets season-low 42 in home loss to Miami

ATLANTA -- It would be one thing if Georgia Tech -- hardly a fully formed product right now under coach Brian Gregory -- was struggling to keep pace with the dynamic, upper-crust clubs of the super-sized ACC. But four games into the conference season, at a time when the league ranks only fifth nationally -- just percentage points ahead of the Atlantic 10 -- there is little consolation...
Via Fox Sports South
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss

No. 22 Pitt dispatches Georgia Tech, eyes Syracuse

ATLANTA -- As the Pittsburgh Panthers' bus idled on a side street outside of McCamish Pavilion Tuesday night, the team's tough-guy image had mellowed into laughs among players and their visitors. Another win in the books, its 16th of a still-young campaign, the pressure of walking into a new hostile environment and keeping the plan all together was lifted. This was relief; the mean...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Georgia Tech notches first ACC win, downs Notre Dame

In an under-the-radar but important game for the middle portion of the ACC pack, Georgia Tech held off Notre Dame, 74-69, in Atlanta. Here are three observations from a game Yellow Jackets head coach Brian Gregory called "a tremendous college basketball game": 1. Georgia Tech treading water in the ACC ... but it's better than sinking quickly. The Yellow Jackets aren't going far in...
Via Fox Sports South
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Georgia Tech completes late comeback on Illinois

ATLANTA -- When Steve Smith finally arrived at McCamish Pavilion on Tuesday night, people told him the game was all but over. There were four minutes left in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge matchup between Georgia Tech-Illinois, but the offensively-challenged Yellow Jackets were trailing 60-53 and had scored just nine points since the 16-minute mark. Smith, the former NBA All-Star who...
Via Fox Sports South
December 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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