Post-Game Notes

Dec. 7, 2010

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Georgia Tech’s Loss Tonight Gives The Yellow Jackets…

… a 4-4 overall record

… three consecutive losses

… a 3-1 record at home – their first loss at home since March 6, 2010 vs. Virginia Tech

… a 101-86 all-time record vs. Georgia, including a 31-9 mark in Alexander Memorial Coliseum

… an end to their four-game home winning streak in the series with Georgia

… a record of 549-189 in 54 seasons of play in Alexander Memorial Coliseum

… a 181-148 record in 11 seasons under head coach Paul Hewitt

… a 42-24 record in the month of November under Hewitt

… just their 14th loss at home to a non-conference opponent since the beginning of the 1981-82 season

… a 3-1 record this season after leading at halftime

… an all-time program record of 1,243-1,091 in 95 seasons of basketball

 

Team Notes

… Tech out-rebounded its opponent for the sixth time in eight games this season

… Georgia joined Kennesaw State and Northwestern as teams to make 10 or more three-point field goals against the Jackets this season

… over the last two games, Tech opponents (UGA and Northwestern) have combined for 24 three-point field goals

… Tech had its most blocked shots since blocking eight in the season opener

… Tech played just its second game decided by less than 10 points (also 80-76 loss vs. Syracuse)

… Tech shot a season-high percentage from the free-throw line

… Tech shot a season-high three-point field goal percentage

… Both teams had identical numbers for field goals made (27) and field goals attempted (61)

… Tech’s rebound margin of +13 tied for a season high

 

Daniel Miller, r-Fr.

… had a career-high for rebounds (previously 6 vs. Charleston Southern)

… has had two or more blocked shots in a game five times this season

 

Mo Miller, Sr.

… played in his 92nd career game tonight

… his second assist gave him 286 for his career and moved him past Dennis Scott into 16th place on Tech’s all-time assists chart

… needed three steals tonight to reach 100 for his career

 

Jason Morris, Fr.

… after scoring no more than six points in each of his first five career games, he has scored at least seven points in each of the last three games

 

Brian Oliver, So.

… scored in double figures for the sixth time this season and for the 15th time in his career

… had a career-high for assists tonight (previously 3 vs. Clemson on March 2, 2010)

… his second blocked shot tied a career high

… his second steal tied a career high

 

Glen Rice, Jr., So.

… recorded his second double-double of the season (and career) – his second over the last four games (also vs. UTEP)

… scored in double figures for the sixth time this season – the same number of double-digit scoring games he had all of last season

… had a season-high for blocked shots

 

Iman Shumpert, Jr.

… scored in double figures for the seventh consecutive game, and for the 35th time in his career

… played in his 69th career game and started for the 68th time

… his first three-point field goal tonight was the 75th of his career

… needed 25 points tonight to reach the 750-point mark for his three-year career

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assists/Career

9. 446, Bruce Dalrymple        1984-87

10. 410, Jim Thorne                                1969-71

11. 319, John Salley                               1983-86

12. 317, Jon Barry                  1991-92

13. 303, Iman Shumpert    2009-

14. 289, Duane Ferrell            1985-88

      289, Matt Harpring          1995-98

16. 285, Maurice Miller        2008-

16. 285, Dennis Scott             1988-90

 

Steals/Career

6. 176, Matt Harpring            1995-98

7. 173, Tony Akins                 1999-02

8. 168, Kenny Anderson        1990-91

9. 150, Dennis Scott                               1988-90

10. 142, Iman Shumpert    2009-

11. 140, Brian Oliver              1987-90

12. 135, Jeremis Smith           2005-08

13. 129, Ismai’il Muhammad  2002-05

NR. 97, Maurice Miller         2008-

 

3-Point Field Goals/Career

14. 113, Kenny Anderson      1990-91

15. 108, T.J. Vines                  1998-01

16. 105, Brian Oliver              1987-90

17. 93, Jarrett Jack                 2003-05

18. 92, Fred Vinson                                1992, ‘94

19. 88, Stephon Marbury       1995

20. 85, Brian Oliver              2010-

21. 83, Will Bynum                 2004-05

NR. 76, Iman Shumpert     2009-

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