Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 75 Boston College Eagles 86. Jackets Start ACC Season With Loss

Jason Morris looks like he's finally beginning to get the college game. Freshman has had a couple big baskets today #GT #BCless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

 

I am back from somewhat of a hiatus. Work got crazy. Sorry folks.

For a game that could have meant so much to start the ACC season off on the right foot, the Yellow Jackets failed to get see the potential. Instead, it was a seventh loss of the season and loss number one in-conference. Boston College held the Jackets to just 36 points in the 2nd half while the Tech defense crumbled in the same time-frame allowing 47 points.

Kammeon Holsey, a redshirt freshman, led all Yellow Jackets in points as he dropped 18 points. Three other players also reached double digits against Boston College. Unfortunately, Boston College had two players score more than 20 deadly points, Corey Raji and aptly named Reggie Jackson.

Georgia Tech falls to 7-7 and 0-1 in conference play while Boston College improves to 12-4 and 2-0 in the ACC. Up next for on the conference slate are the Clemson Tigers who (beat/lost) Miami yesterday XX-YY. The game will be played in Clemson on January 11th.

A rebound is so incredibly necessary right now.

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