Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

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Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 65.3 325th
Rebounds Per Game 33.5 276th
Assists Per Game 13.5 162nd
Points Allowed 66.6 53rd
2018-19 ACC Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Virginia 16-2 35-3
North Carolina 16-2 29-7
Duke 14-4 32-6
Florida State 13-5 29-8
Virginia Tech 12-6 26-9
Syracuse 10-8 20-14
Louisville 10-8 20-14
NC State 9-9 24-12
Clemson 9-9 20-14
Georgia Tech 6-12 14-18
Boston College 5-13 14-17
Miami 5-13 14-18
Wake Forest 4-14 11-20
Pittsburgh 3-15 14-19
Notre Dame 3-15 14-19

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets News

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Basketball: Jackets headed to Hawaii in Decemeber

    The Georgia Tech men's basketball program will be spending at least part of the holiday season in Hawaii. The Jackets will be playing in this years Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Classic in Honolulu. The early season tournament begins December 22nd and runs through Christmas Day. The Jackets are one of seven teams traveling to the Aloha State and one of eight taking part in the tournament.

    The Jackets are entering their fourth season under Josh Pastner and are coming off a second-straight dismal losing season. Their first round opponent in Hawaii will be the Boise State Broncos of the Mountain West Conference.

    The Georgia Tech men's basketball program will be spending at least part of the holiday season in Hawaii. The Jackets will be playing in this years Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Classic in Honolulu. The early season tournament begins December 22nd and runs through Christmas Day. The Jackets are one of seven teams traveling to the Aloha State and one of eight taking part in the tournament.

    The Jackets are entering their fourth season under Josh Pastner and are coming off a second-straight dismal losing season. Their first round opponent in Hawaii will be the Boise State Broncos of the Mountain West Conference.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Football 2019 Opponent Rundown: Temple Owls

    Georgia Tech and Temple will meet for the first time on the gridiron on September 28th when Geoff Collins and his Yellow Jackets will travel to a program and city Collins is very familiar, the Temple Owls and Philadelphia. Collins spent the last two seasons in Philadelphia with the Owls, coaching them to a 15-10 record including a bowl victory over Wake Forest in 2017.

    After Collins left the Owls, they hired Miami defensive coordinator Manny Diaz who was in The City of Brotherly Love for a cup of coffee before going back to Miami to be the head man after Mark Richt's surprise retirement.

    Georgia Tech and Temple will meet for the first time on the gridiron on September 28th when Geoff Collins and his Yellow Jackets will travel to a program and city Collins is very familiar, the Temple Owls and Philadelphia. Collins spent the last two seasons in Philadelphia with the Owls, coaching them to a 15-10 record including a bowl victory over Wake Forest in 2017.

    After Collins left the Owls, they hired Miami defensive coordinator Manny Diaz who was in The City of Brotherly Love for a cup of coffee before going back to Miami to be the head man after Mark Richt's surprise retirement.

  • From The Rumble Seat: Technical Tidbits 6/24: Tech Among 4-Star Recruit's Final 16 Schools

    Georgia Tech is among the top-16 schools for four-star recruit Jay Hardy. Hardy is a 6'4" defensive end for McCallie School in Chattanooga, TN. Among strong-side defensive ends, Hardy is rated fourth in the country. He is also rated the 116th overall prospect in the nation. Here are the 16 schools Hardy has narrowed his list down to:

    Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Liberty, LSU, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt

    That's a pretty big list to choose from. (And I thought I had it rough having to choose every day where to eat lunch from among the many options available on Buford Highway).

  • From The Rumble Seat: Five Impact "Players" 2019: General Manager Patrick Suddes

    So, before everyone yells at me because Suddes doesn't wear pads or a number, I'm well aware. Hear me out.

    While Suddes can't directly tote/slang the rock for the Jackets, his impact on the future of this program will be immeasurable if the tales you hear of him are what they are billed up to be. AJC. AJC Again. The Athletic. [Support Ken and Tori and subscribe to everything you possibly can.]

    Hailing from Marist (Marist does matter), Suddes walked a lengthy road to end up a mere 14 miles from his high school.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Basketball: Jackets to take on Nebraska in ACC-Big Ten Challenge

    On Thursday afternoon, the matchups for the annual ACC-Big Ten Challenge were released and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will face off against a foe that they haven't seen since the 1980s. The Yellow Jackets will take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers, lead by former Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg.

    Both programs in 2019 missed out on the NCAA Tournament, while the Yellow Jackets in the 2018-19 season went 14-18 last season including a dismal 6-12 in conference play. The Cornhuskers, on the other hand, went just above .500 for the season at 19-17 but struggled in conference play going 6-14.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball Atlanta Regional: A closer look at Florida A&M

    The Florida A&M Rattlers were able to rattle off four straight wins in the MEAC Conference Tournament in order to find themselves in Atlanta on Friday. The MEAC Tournament champions will actually enter the NCAA Tournament with a 27-32 overall record. That being said, a majority of their below .500 record was due to their struggles in non-conference play. When playing non-MEAC opponents, the Rattlers were 8-21 this season. They can't use a hard strength of schedule as an excuse either, as they had the 219th best non-conference strength of schedule according to Warren Nolan.

    That spells bad news for the Rattlers especially considering that each of the other three programs in the regional are ranked in the top-60 of the RPI.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Basketball: Jackets lose out on top center to UGA

    Georgia Tech basketball's recruiting the last year or so has been rough for the most part. The Jackets have struggled in landing top prospects consistently. On Wednesday, the Jackets suffered another defeat on the recruiting trail and this time to a most hated rival, the Georgia Bulldogs.

    Four-star center Rodney Howard, who recently was able to get out of his LOI from Ole Miss, was down to Georgia and Georgia Tech entering this week. On Wednesday, Howard announced his commitment after taking official visits to both Georgia and Georgia Tech. Despite their best efforts on his official visit, Howard decided to commit to the Georgia Bulldogs.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball Atlanta Regional: A closer look at the Auburn Tigers

    The Auburn Tigers will enter the Atlanta Regional with a 33-25 overall record and a 14-16 record in conference. While the Tigers certainty struggled in conference play this season, they were superb in non-conference play going 18-7 in the regular season against non-SEC opponents.

    Don't be fooled by their overall record of just being eight games overall .500 as the Tigers finished the regular season as the No.19 team in the RPI and the team with the hardest schedule in the country. That being said, b=by playing in the SEC, they're SOS was impacted heavily as the SEC was by far the best conference in basketball this season.

  • From The Rumble Seat: Georgia Tech Baseball: Jackets claim Top 4 National Seed

    In a season seemingly teeming with surprises for Tech, the NCAA Selection Committee has awarded the Yellow Jackets a top-four national seed in the NCAA tournament.

    This means that if Georgia Tech advances past the Regional round, Russ Chandler Stadium will also play host to a Super Regional. One other Regional winner will come to the Thunderdome that is the Rusty C to face the Jackets a best-of-3 series to determine who advances to Omaha and the College World Series. Tech was last named a national seed and Super Regional host in 2010.

    This story will be updated with Tech's Regional opponents after the NCAA Selection Show at noon EDT.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball: Jackets to host NCAA Regional

    On Sunday, the Georgia Tech baseball team searched for it's 10th ACC Tournament title. Unfortunately, the Jackets would fall short, losing to the North Carolina Tar Heels 10-2.

    That being said, the Georgia Tech baseball team didn't come away completely short handed on Sunday as it was announced the Jackets will host an ACC Regional. It will be the first time since 2011 that the Jackets will host a regional and the 11th time overall according to the Georgia Tech athletic department.

    The Jackets will enter the ACC Tournament with an overall record of 41-17 and a conference record of 22-12.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball: What should expectations be in the ACC Tournament?

    Georgia Tech baseball in the eyes of most has overachieved for most of this season. The program was picked to finish in the middle of the pack in the ACC Coastal but instead, the Jackets won the ACC Coastal regular season division title and enter the ACC Tournament as the No.2 seed.

    With that being said, what are fair expectations for the Jackets in the tournament? What would be considered a disappointment?

    Fair Expectations:

    The Jackets this week have two games scheduled so far as they will take on Notre Dame on Wednesday afternoon before taking on Duke late Thursday morning.

  • From The Rumble Seat: Georgia Tech Basketball: Josh Pastner accusers facing fraud charges

    At long last, the Ron Bell saga of Georgia Tech basketball coach Josh Pastner's career may finally be coming to an end.

    Bell, along with his girlfriend, have had fraud charges brought against them by Arizona prosecutors.

    Pastner was first accused by Bell in 2018 after an alleged encounter in 2016, and quite a bit of drama followed. Pastner always denied the allegations, saying that there was "zero truth to any of those disgusting, bogus allegations. It's disgusting."

    I won't dive too much into the history between Pastner and Bell, as you can read that in the story above.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball: Jackets take home several ACC honors

    It was a helluva a day for the Georgia Tech baseball program who took home several ACC honors and awards on Monday afternoon. The Jackets entering the ACC Tournament as the No.2 seed and the No.6 team in the country were awarded for what can only be called a "season of overachieving".

    Danny Hall wins COY:

    The Georgia Tech head coach took home the ACC Coach of the Year award for the Jackets efforts in the 2019 regular season. The Jackets went 38-16 overall in the regular season and 19-11 in conference play. It was Hall's fourth ACC Coach of the Year award and his first since 2005.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball: Jackets ranked sixth heading into ACC Tournament

    The newest rankings for college baseball are out and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets baseball program is ranked as the sixth best team in the country according to D1Baseball.com.

    The Jackets were ranked No.6 last week and went 3-1 this past week with a win over Mercer and two wins over Pittsburgh. The Jackets lost their senior day and series finale to Pittsburgh on Saturday 9-3 but were still able to clinch the ACC Coastal Division over the weekend.

    The Jackets are the No.2 seed in the ACC Tournament and will look for a tournament championship starting with a matchup against Notre Dame on Wednesday.

  • Fansided: Georgia Tech Baseball: Jackets continue to climb up rankings

    It's been a year of overachieving, to say the least for Georgia Tech baseball. Expected to finish in the middle of the ACC Coastal, the Jackets are 35-15 overall and 17-10 in conference play heading into their final four games of the regular season.

    On Monday, D1Baseball.com released their weekly rankings and those weekly rankings saw the Yellow Jackets move up one spot from last week and are now the sixth-ranked team in the country. The Jackets went 2-1 this past week, having just a weekend series against Duke to show for. The Jackets are the top-ranked ACC program in the country and one of two in the top-10.

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