Josh-USA TODAY Sports
If you tuned into Georgia Tech vs. Citadel hoping for a exciting, competitive game then you were the epitome of disappointed.
Georgia Tech cruised to their fourth consecutive win Saturday with the Citadel Bulldogs' offensive deficiencies making the Yellow Jackets' 73-37 victory almost unbearable to watch.
Kammeon Holsey was Georgia Tech's leader scorer with 14 in 16 minutes off the bench but then again, it's not like they needed too many buckets. Citadel couldn't hit the broad side of a barn Saturday as they shot 25.4% from the floor and made only three of their 22 three point attempts. And just for good measure, they also tossed 17 turnovers the Yellow Jackets' way with the knowledge that if they fired it up, they'd probably miss anyways.
Thirteen players saw court time for the Yellow Jackets as head coach Brian Gregory elected to rest his starters early. Big man Daniel Miller managed to log four blocks and eight rebounds in his 18 minutes on the court and freshman Robert Carter Jr. had an impressive line of his own with nine points, 10 rebounds and three steals.
Georgia Tech will now get a week break before hosting the Fordham Rams next Saturday in what's shaping up to be another joke of a non-conference game.