The Yellow Jackets dominate from the opening tip in Coral Gables
Georgia Tech downed the Miami Hurricanes, 87-60 in ACC play, the biggest ACC road win in Yellow Jackets’ history. Michael Devoe scored a game-high 29 points for the Yellow Jackets, including shooting 7-11 from 3-point land. Jose Alvarado added 16 points, 6 assists, and Moses Wright had a 14 point, 12 rebound double-double in the win for Georgia Tech.
Check out highlights from the game, and some of the Must See Moments.
Check out Georgia Tech's Moses Wright's all out assault on the rim in the first half versus Miami. He threw down 4 vicious dunks.
Georgia Tech's Michael DeVoe was simply sensational in their 87-60 win over Miami. DeVoe poured in 29 points, shooting 11-16 from the field, and dropping 7 threes.
Check out Georgia Tech's Jordan Usher get the steal and channel Karl "The Mailman" Malone with the big dunk in this ACC Must See Moment.
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