The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets used an 21-2 second-half run to pull away from the Fordham Rams, winning 73-48 and improving their record to 9-2. Tech held a 10-point halftime advantage, but Fordham had narrowed the lead to six points with 15:30 left to play. Georgia Tech responded by holding the Rams to just one field goal over the next eight minutes, building an insurmountable advantage.
Georgia Tech was led by center Daniel Miller and forward Robert Carter Jr., who each scored 14. Miller added a team-high nine rebounds. Point guard Mfon Udofia had seven assists. Guards Brandon Reed and Jason Morris each added nine points for the Yellow Jackets.
Fordham got 17 points from guard Branden Frazier and 16 points from forward Chris Gaston. The remaining Rams combined for just 15 points, with nine coming from Mandell Thomas. Frazier also led the team with five assists. The Rams shot just 28.1% from the field and 4/19 (21.1%) behind the three-point arc.
Georgia Tech closes its non-conference season Wednesday night against Chattanooga.