Men's Basketball Concludes Homestand vs. Syracuse – Men's … – Georgia Tech

Men's Basketball Concludes Homestand vs. Syracuse – Men's … – Georgia Tech

THE FLATS – Looking to snap a four-game slide in Atlantic Coast Conference play, Georgia Tech concludes its three-game homestand Saturday with a noon contest against Syracuse at McCamish Pavilion.
Tech (8-10, 1-7 ACC) has lost its last four games to Florida State (75-64) and Notre Dame (73-72, OT) on the road, as well as Pittsburgh (71-60) and NC State (78-66) at home to fall a game out of last place in the ACC standings. All four of the Yellow Jackets home losses this season have come to conference foes, Clemson, Virginia, Pitt and NC State, all by double digits, while Tech’s only win came over No. 12 Miami, 76-70, on Jan. 4.
Syracuse (12-7, 5-3 ACC) has won four of six games since the holiday break, with its two losses both coming on the road at Virginia (73-66) and Miami (82-78). The Orange have wins over Notre Dame (2), Boston College, Louisville and Virginia Tech on their conference resume and are 2-3 in true road games this season.
Saturday’s game will be televised live on the ACC’s Regional Sports Network, which can be seen in Georgia on Bally Sports South. Live streams are available on (in market) or on the ESPN app (out–of-market. Radio coverage is on the Georgia Tech Sports Network by Legends Sports and flagship station 680 the Fan (680 AM/93.7 FM), and also on satellite radio (SiriusXM channel 135 or 194, SXM app 956.
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Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team has completed six seasons under head coach Josh Pastner, winning the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in 2021 and making its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 11 years. Tech has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1979, won four ACC Championships (1985, 1990, 1993, 2021), played in the NCAA Tournament 17 times and played in two Final Fours (1990, 2004). Connect with Georgia Tech Men’s Basketball on social media by liking their Facebook Page, or following on Twitter (@GTMBB) and Instagram. For more information on Tech basketball, visit
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