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Technical Tidbits 2/4: ACC Announces Rescheduled Games

ACC announces schedule changes that include two Tech games.

NCAA Basketball: Florida State at Georgia Tech Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

As expected, the Atlantic Coast Conference has announced more schedule changes. As the article points out, two of those games involve the Georgia Tech men’s basketball team. The Yellow Jackets will be playing Clemson on Friday, February 12 instead of Saturday, February 13. In the other Tech game that was rescheduled, Tech will be hosting Pitt on Sunday, February 14. The game was originally scheduled for Wednesday, January 13, but got postponed due to Covid-19 protocols. Tipoff for the Clemson game is set for 8:00 PM and for the Pitt game it will be at 4:00 PM. Both games will be televised nationally on the ACC Network. #GoJackets

The Yellow Jackets men’s basketball team has had some good streaks this season thanks to solid play from several of its key players. One of those has definitely been Jordan Usher, who is featured in this edition of Shootaround. The article has video footage of Usher and some tidbits from his interview with Andy Demetra for Georgia Tech Sports Today. The Yellow Jackets are 8-6 overall and 4-4 in the ACC after coming off a tough loss to Louisville. Their next game will be a home game as the Yellow Jackets host the Fighting Irish on Saturday. Tipoff is set for 8:00 PM. Good luck to the Yellow Jackets.

This article features video highlights from National Signing Day 2021. You can get to know some of the newest Yellow Jackets. Among those included are Redshirt Sr. OL Devin Cochran, Fr. DB Kaleb Edwards, Redshirt Jr. LB Ayinde Eley, Redshirt Fr. DL Kevin Harris, Sr. WR Kyric McGowan, and Redshirt Fr. DB Kenyatta Watson II. Welcome to The Flats!

It’s not hard to believe he’s going back to another Super Bowl, and no, I’m talking about Harrison Butker, not Tom Brady. The Kansas City Chiefs are making their second Super Bowl appearance in as many years, and the former Yellow Jacket Butker will be a key player for the Chiefs. Good luck to him as he competes for his second championship. Any bold predictions for the final score?