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Georgia Tech’s Men’s Basketball Schedule Announced

THE FLATS – For the second straight year, Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team will tip off its Atlantic Coast Conference schedule against North Carolina, visiting the 2022 national runner-up Tar Heels on Dec. 10 at the Dean Smith Center. It is the first of three conference games the Yellow Jackets will play in December, the other two against Clemson and Virginia at home around the holiday break.

The entire ACC schedule for all 15 teams was announced Tuesday by the conference office. The Yellow Jackets’ non-conference schedule is now complete as well. Tip times and television coverage will be announced in the near future.

The early visit to Chapel Hill marks the fourth time in head coach Josh Pastner’s tenure that the Yellow Jackets meet the Tar Heels in December. Tech follows that contest with games against traditional home-and-away rival Clemson on Dec. 21 and Virginia on New Year’s Eve, both at McCamish Pavilion.

The Jackets actually have seven of their 11 ACC games at home before the end of January. When the calendar flips to 2023, Tech entertains Miami on Jan. 4, Pittsburgh on Jan. 14, NC State on Jan. 17, Syracuse on Jan. 21 and Duke on Jan. 28. Pastner’s Jackets play at home only three times in their final nine conference games covering February and March – Feb. 8 vs. traditional home-and-away rival Notre Dame, Feb. 15 vs. defending ACC Champion Virginia Tech and Feb. 25 vs. Louisville.

On the road, Tech travels to Florida State and Notre Dame back-to-back on Jan. 7 and 10 before returning the trip to Clemson on Jan. 24 in the first half of the conference schedule. In the back half, the Yellow Jackets have another back-to-back road swing at Louisville (Feb. 1) and NC State (Feb. 4) and single trips to Wake Forest (Feb. 11) and Pittsburgh (Feb. 21) before closing out the regular season on the road at Syracuse (Feb. 28) and Boston College (March 4).

The 70th annual ACC Tournament will be played March 7-11 at the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum.


Information on season tickets for the 2022-23 Georgia Tech season is available here. The Yellow Jackets’ open the 2022-23 season at home Nov. 7 against Clayton State, and the non-conference home schedule also includes dates against Northern Illinois (Nov. 17), North Alabama (Nov. 26), Northeastern (Dec. 2), Georgia (Dec. 6) and Alabama State (Dec. 17), as well as a Feb. 18 date vs. Florida Tech set during Tech’s bye weekend in February.

Tech also visits Georgia State Nov. 12, travels to Iowa for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Nov. 29, and is participating in the Fort Myers Tip-Off Nov. 21 and 23, opening the event against Utah.

The Yellow Jackets return eight letterwinners for head coach Josh Pastner’s seventh season on The Flats, including senior point guard Kyle Sturdivant (Norcross, Ga.) and senior center Rodney Howard (Ypsilanti, Mich.) who are Tech’s top two returning scorers. The Jackets’ core includes a trio of rising sophomores in Dallan “Deebo” Coleman (Memphis, Tenn.), Miles Kelly (Stone Mountain, Ga.) and Jalon Moore (Birmingham, Ala.) and junior point guard Deivon Smith (Loganville, Ga.).

Updated Georgia Tech Schedule

Tip times and TV coverage still to be completed

Nov. Georgia State
Nov. 17Thu.NORTHERN ILLINOIS (Fort Myers Tip-Off campus game)
Nov. 21Mon.vs. Utah (Fort Myers Tip-Off)
Nov. 23Wed.Marquette or Mississippi State (Fort Myers Tip-Off)
Nov. Iowa (ACC/Big Ten Challenge]
Dec. North Carolina
Dec. 21Wed.CLEMSON
Jan. 4Wed.MIAMI
Jan. Florida State
Jan. Notre Dame
Jan. 17Tue.NC STATE
Jan. Clemson
Jan. 28Sat.DUKE
Feb. Louisville
Feb. NC State
Feb. Wake Forest
Feb. Pittsburgh
Feb. Syracuse
March Boston College
March 7-11Tue.-Sat.ACC Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)


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Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team won the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship in 2021 after finishing fourth in the regular season. Tech has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1979, winning four ACC Championships (1985, 1990, 1993, 2021), playing in the NCAA Tournament 17 times and playing 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


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