THE FLATS – Ten-game ticket packages for Georgia Tech’s Atlantic Coast Conference home men’s basketball games are on sale now.
ACC Packs include tickets for all 10 ACC home games, and the packages start at just $250 ($25 per game). ACC Packs guarantee Tech fans the same seat in prime locations at McCamish Pavilion for all 10 ACC home contests. Fans can purchase ACC Packs online at Ramblinwreck.com or by phone at 888-TECH TIX.
Syracuse visits McCamish Pavilion on Dec. 8 at noon to open the Yellow Jackets’ home ACC slate. Tech has won both of its home games against the Orange under head coach Josh Pastner, a 71-65 victory on Feb. 19, 2017, and a 55-51 triumph on Jan. 31, 2018.
In January, the Jackets entertain five-time NCAA champion Duke on Wednesday, Jan, 8, 9 p.m.), Notre Dame on Wednesday, Jan. 15 (8:30 p.m.), defending NCAA national champion Virginia on Saturday, Jan. 18 (8 p.m.) and NC State on Saturday, Jan. 25 (4 p.m.) and Miami on Feb. 29.
Virginia Tech (Feb. 4, 7 p.m.), Louisville (Feb. 12, 8 p.m.), Clemson (Feb. 25, 9 p.m.) and Miami (Feb. 29, 6 or 8 p.m.) come to McCamish Pavilion in February, and the Yellow Jackets finish out the home schedule March 4 against Pittsburgh (9 p.m.).
Additional information regarding tip times and television coverage for the Yellow Jackets’ non-conference games will be announced in the near future. Tech’s non-conference schedule features home games against Arkansas (Nov. 25) and Nebraska (Dec. 4) and road games at Georgia (Nov. 20) and Kentucky (Dec. 14). The Jackets open their home slate Nov. 11 against Elon.
SEASON TICKETS REMAIN ON SALE
Season tickets start as low as $290, and offer the best seating locations at McCamish Pavilion.
Head coach Josh Pastner welcomes back the Yellow Jackets’ top three scorers from last season – Jose Alvarado, James Banks III and Michael Devoe – who accounted for 48.4 percent of Tech’s points, 41.6 percent of its rebounds and 47.2 percent of its minutes.
Also returning are fast-rising 6-9 junior forward Moses Wright, who finished the season with 25 points against Notre Dame in the ACC Tournament, and 6-7 sophomore sharpshooter Kristian Sjolund. Altogether, Tech returns eight of its top 11 players, who combined for 73.2 percent of the team’s points, 66.4 percent of its rebounds and 73.7 percent of its minutes. Those eight players combined to start 123 games.
The Jackets also will benefit from a pair of transfers – 6-7 forward Jordan Usher from Canton, Ga., who becomes eligible in December after a season and a half at Southern California, and 5-11 guard Bubba Parham, an all-Southern Conference performer eligible immediately after spending two seasons at VMI.
ACC Network has launched!
The ACC Network is a linear and digital platform dedicated to 24/7 coverage of ACC sports that launched on Aug. 22, 2019. It will exclusively televise approximately 450 live events each year, including 40 football games (beginning with Georgia Tech’s 2019 season opener at Clemson on Aug. 29), as well as 150 men’s and women’s basketball contests.
Don’t get shut out! For more information and to learn if your cable/satellite/digital provider is carrying the ACC Network, visit GetACCN.com. Georgia Tech fans whose cable/satellite/digital providers aren’t carrying the ACC Network are urged to contact their providers and ask for the ACC Network to be a part of their subscription.
ABOUT GEORGIA TECH MEN’S BASKETBALL
Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team is in its fourth year under head coach Josh Pastner. Tech has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1979, won three ACC Championships (1985, 1990, 1993), played in the NCAA Tournament 16 times and played in two Final Fours (1990, 2004). Connect with Georgia Tech Men’s Basketball on social media by liking their Facebook Page, or following on Twitter (@GTMBB) and Instagram. For more information on Tech basketball, visit Ramblinwreck.com.
Season tickets for men’s basketball can be purchased here.