Georgia Tech Post-Game Notes

March 3, 2008

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Georgia Tech's loss today gives the Yellow Jackets...... a record of 12-16 overall and 5-9 in the ACC... six losses in their last seven games... a 5-7 record at home this season, clinching their first losing homeseason in 27 years... a 2-5 record in ACC home games... an all-time record of 37-29 vs. Virginia, including a 22-8 mark at homeand a 21-6 record in AMC... a 3-3 record vs. the Cavaliers in the last six meetings... their first home loss to Virginia since Jan. 22, 2002... a 10-4 record vs. Virginia under Paul Hewitt... a 6-4 record this season after leading at halftime... an all-time record in Alexander Memorial Coliseum of 522-179... an all-time record of 1,201-1,053 in the history of the program

Notes … Tech blocked more shots tonight than in any game since the Dec. 22 Centenary game (8 blocks vs. the Gentlemen) … Tech shot less than 40 percent from three-point range for the seventh consecutive game … Tech had its fewest turnovers in a conference game (12) since turning it over 10 times at Virginia earlier this season

Update … Tech in games decided by five points or less or in overtime (6-7) … Tech in games decided by four points or less or in overtime (4-6) … Tech in games decided by three points or less or in overtime (4-5) … Tech in games decided by two points or less or in overtime (3-5) … Tech in overtime games (2-0)

Anthony Morrow … has made at least one three-point field goal in 37 consecutive games – the longest current streak in the ACC … has scored at least seven points in every game this season … his fourth assist tied a career high (he had four assists in three previous career games) – his most assists since recording four on Nov. 11th at Tennessee State … scored in double figures for the team-best 21st time this season and for the 70th time in his career … moved past Matt Harpring into sixth place on Tech’s all-time career three-point field goals list (Morrow entered the game tied with Harpring with 585 attempts) … his second blocked shot matched a career high – his other two-block game also came vs. Virginia on Jan. 8, 2005 … eclipsed 400 points for the season (401)

D’Andre Bell … scored his most points in more than a month – since scoring 11 on Feb. 2 vs. Maryland … fouled out for the third time this season and the sixth time in his career

Moe Miller … has made at least two three-point field goals in three out of the last four games (compared to three times in the team’s first 24 games) … has made at least one three-point field goal in four consecutive games – the longest streak of his young career

Gani Lawal … has blocked two shots in each of the last three games

Zack Peacock … scored a career-high tonight (previously 18 points vs. Maryland on Feb. 2, 2008) … had a career-high number of field goals (previously 7 vs. North Carolina on Jan. 16, 2008) … scored in double figures for the 11th time this season and for the 15th time in his career … scored in double figures for the first time since Valentine’s Day, vs. Clemson … his fourth assist tied a career high

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