the Fsu Georgia Tech

the Fsu Georgia Tech

Fsu Georgia Tech

The FSU-Georgia Tech football rivalry is sometimes referred to as the "World's Most Historic Rivalry". While the annual game between the Bulldogs and the Yellow Jackets is the official game of the Governor's Cup, the rivalry extends well beyond the football field. The rivalry has been the subject of numerous television series, documentaries, feature films, and memoirs.



The Alexander-Tharpe Fund is the fundraising arm of Georgia Tech athletics, providing scholarship, operations and facilities support for Georgia Tech’s 400-plus student-athletes. Be a part of developing Georgia Tech’s Everyday Champions and helping the Yellow Jackets compete for championships at the highest levels of college athletics by supporting the A-T Fund’s Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund, which directly provides scholarships for Georgia Tech student-athletes, and the Support The Swarm Fund, created to give fans an opportunity to help Georgia Tech athletics maintain its recent momentum through the financial challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic! To learn more about supporting the Yellow Jackets, visit atfund.org.

Georgia Tech’s men’s basketball team is in its fifth season under head coach Josh Pastner, having finished fifth in the ACC in 2019-20, the program’s highest finish since 2005. Tech has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1979, won three ACC Championships (1985, 1990, 1993), played in the NCAA Tournament 16 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 Ramblinwreck.com. (Source: ramblinwreck.com)



Dynamic duo – Jose Alvarado and Michael Devoe are averaging 17.67 and 14.50 points per game in ACC games, ranking No. 3 and 13, respectively, and have accounted for more than 46 percent of the Yellow Jackets’ points. They have scored or assisted on 70 percent of Tech’s field goals in conference play. Combined, they have shot 53.0 percent from the floor and 47.5 percent from three-point range. The Jackets are 4-1 this season when both players score in double digits, including two ACC wins.

Small ball – Tech moved 6-9 senior Moses Wright, who has played the “4” position most of his career, into the “5” spot and started 5-10 senior Bubba Parham beginning with the Dec. 6 win over Kentucky. The re-alignment has worked as the Jackets have shot 49.1 percent from the floor, hit 9.1 three-point field goals per game (40.4 percent), have a plus-58 margin on turnovers, and assisted on 61.8 percent of its field goals in that stretch. (Source: ramblinwreck.com)



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