MILTON - Max Homa took off his cap, wiped his brow and shook hands with his two playing partners on the 18th hole.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech players use words like "high-energy" and "intense" to describe their first week with new defensive coordinator Ted Roof.
GREENSBORO, N.C. - The shot clock was winding down on Olivier Hanlan, and all the Boston College freshman could do was launch a deep 3-pointer that somehow went in.
ATLANTA - Brian Gregory doesn't want his Georgia Tech players to aim for being the surprise team in this week's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
ATLANTA - K.J. McDaniels scored 14 points and Milton Jennings blocked a potentially tying 3-pointer at the buzzer, preserving Clemson's 56-53 victory over Georgia Tech on Thursday night.
BLACKSBURG, Va. - Searching for its first true road win of the season, Georgia Tech ventured to a locale that had not been hospitable to the Yellow Jackets over the years.
ATLANTA - Paul Johnson shrugged when told Georgia Tech's signing class didn't excite the national experts.
CLEMSON, S.C. - K.J. McDaniels scored 15 points, including two foul shots with 16 seconds left, as Clemson held on to defeat Georgia Tech 63-60 on Tuesday night, its sixth straight victory over the Yellow Jackets.
ATLANTA - Mike Bobinski is still a couple of months away from officially becoming Georgia Tech's athletic director. He's already talking up the Atlantic Coast Conference.
ATLANTA - Marcus Georges-Hunt scored 16 points, fellow freshman Robert Carter Jr. had his third double-double and Georgia Tech defeated Chattanooga 74-58 for its sixth straight victory.
ATLANTA - Freshman Marcus Georges-Hunt scored a career-high 18 points and Georgia Tech never trailed while beating Georgia 62-54 on Tuesday night.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Florida State has no option but to stop the option - if the Seminoles want to win their 13th ACC title.
ATLANTA - Coach Paul Johnson knows that Georgia Tech is at a strange crossroads to a bizarre season.
The high-scoring Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets would love nothing more than to ruin No. 3 Georgia's grand plans of a national championship.
ATLANTA - Tevin Washington was watching from Georgia Tech's sideline in 2008 when the Yellow Jackets won at Georgia. Because he didn't play, he didn't leave with a piece of the famous Sanford Stadium hedges.