Nov. 19, 2015
- Opening tap won by Georgia Tech. Tech has won the opening tap twice in three games this season.
- Georgia Tech starting lineup: Heath, Georges-Hunt, Smith, Jacobs, Mitchell
- First subs for Georgia Tech: Jorgenson and Lammers at the 15:42 mark of the first half
- On the floor for Georgia Tech at the end: Heyward, Jorgenson, Lammers, Rowland, Stephens
- Series record vs. Green Bay: Tech is 1-0 overall, 1-0 at home, 1-0 at McCamish Pavilion, 1-0 under Brian Gregory, 1-0 vs.Linc Darner
- Current series streak: Georgia Tech won the last meeting Georgia Tech is 3-0 at McCamish Pavilion this season, 32-21 in the fourth season in the building, 32-21 under Brian Gregory
- Georgia Tech’s next game: November 19, 2015 vs. East Tennessee State, 2 p.m., at McCamish Pavilion
- Georgia Tech is 3-0 for the fourth straight year. A win Sunday against East Tennessee State, however, would make the Yellow Jackets 4-0 for the first time since the 2008-09 season.
- Tech reached the century mark for the second time in three games. The Jackets have not scored 100 or more twice in a season since the 2006-07 season – in back-to-back games – 100-70 over Jackson State on Nov. 13 and 103-74 over Georgia State on Nov. 16.
- Tech shot 56.3 percent in the game despite a 43.9-percent second half. The Jackets are shooting 52.2 percent for the season.
- Tech has averaged 77.3 offensive possessions in two games this season compared to 63.1 last season.
- Its team offensive efficiency rating is 125.6 compared to 97.2 last season. Tech also has made major improvements in points off turnovers (16.3 compared to 13.0 last season), second-chance points (21.3 to 12.7), points in the paint (46.0 to 32.2) and fast break points (20.0 to 8.3).
- Tech’s 56-30 lead at halftime was its second-largest halftime advantage under head coach Brian Gregory.
- The largest was 27 points, a 41-14 lead over Mississippi Valley State on Nov. 26, 2012.
- Tech out-rebounded Green Bay 51-31, the second time in three games and the 74th time in 127 games under Brian Gregory that the Jackets have out-rebounded their opponent. Tech is 46-38 in those games.
- The Jackets have a plus-12.7 rebounding advantage for the season. Tech had 23 assists on 42 made field goals tonight and has 68 assists on 117 made field goals for the season, 58.1 percent of its field goals made.
- Tech’s assist average of 22.7 through three games is well above the Jackets’ season record of 21.3 in 1987-88.
- Tech put six players in double-figure scoring for the second time this season (there were seven against Cornell). Tech never had as many as five players in double digits last season, and had four only six times.
- The last time Tech defeated two opponents by 30 or more points in a season was 2013-14 – 88-57 over Presbyterian and 87-57 over East Tennessee State.
- Tech blocked nine shots in the game – four by Nick Jacobs – and has 21 in its last two games and 23 for the season.
- Tech’s four big men – Nick Jacobs, Charles Mitchell, Ben Lammers, James White – combined shot 20-for-31 from the floor against Green Bay and are 58-for-89 for the season (65.1 percent). Mitchell is hitting 70 percent of his field goal tries through three games, and Jacobs has made 64.5 percent. White is 9-for-17, and Lammers is 8-for-11.
- Tech used 12 players in the game, and 11 of them scored. All 10 players that played in the first half scored in the first half.
- Josh Heath, Travis Jorgenson, Adam Smith and Marcus Georges-Hunt combined for 18 assists and just three turnovers in the game. They have 46 assists against 11 turnovers combined for the season.
- Marcus Georges-Hunt scored 13 points and reached double figures for the 66th time in 97 career games at Georgia Tech.
- Georges-Hunt passed Iman Shumpert and Gani Lawal for 31st place on Tech’s all-time scoring list, and now has 1,174 career points. He needs 10 to reach Sammy Drummer, who holds 30th place with 1,184.
- Charles Mitchell scored 15 points and reached in double digits for the fifth straight game dating back to last season. It was his 18th double-digit game in a Tech uniform, and the 34th of his career. He has made 21 of 30 shots from the floor (70 pct.) this season.
- Mitchell also grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds and posted his 10th double-double in a Tech uniform. It was his 22nd career double-figure rebound game.
- Adam Smith notched his second double-digit scoring game in three this season. It was the 55th of his career. He made four threes and dished five assists with no turnovers in 20 minutes.
- Josh Heath reached double figures for the third time in his career (all in a Tech uniform). His career high is 14 points against Clemson late last season. Heath also matched his career high with six field goals (in seven attempts) in the game, tying the six he scored at Northwestern last season. He added three assists and no turnovers in 20 minutes.
- Ben Lammers’ eight points were a career high, eclipsing the six he scored against Cornell Friday night and against North Carolina last season. His nine rebounds also were a career high, more than doubling his previous best of the four against three different foes last season.
- Nick Jacobs, who scored a career-high 23 points against Tennessee, cooled off to score 12 points with eight rebounds and four blocks. He went 5-for-7 from the floor and is shooting 64.5 percent for the season.