Georgia Tech Vs. Maryland Final Score: Yellow Jackets Fall 61-50

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets fall to 1-2 in ACC play with a 61-50 loss to the Maryland Terrapins in College Park. The Yellow Jackets never could get on track offensively and every time they made a run, Maryland had an answer.

Glen Rice Jr scored more than 20 points in both of his previous ACC contests but was the focal point of the Maryland defense in this one. Sean Mosley drew the assignment for most of the day with Rice finishing 2-8 for six points in the game. Without Rice, Tech's offense struggled with only Kammeon Holsey finishing the game as a double figure scorer with 11 points.

Mosley led the way for the Terrapins with 18 points including 10-10 from the charity stripe. James Padgett and Terrell Stoglin each score 14 points with Padgett grabbing a team-high nine rebounds.

With the win, Maryland improves to 12-4 overall and 2-1 in ACC play. The Yellow Jackets fall to 8-9 on the season and 1-2 in the conference.

For more on this game Yellow Jackets fans should head on over to From The Rumble Seat. Maryland fans should check out Testudo Times. For more College Basketball news and analysis check out SB Nation's College Basketball page.

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