Chattanooga vs. Georgia Tech: Jackets face Mocs to extend winning streak

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The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets put their five-game winning streak, longest in three season, on the line as they host the Chattanooga Mocs on Wednesday night.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are currently in the middle of their longest winning streak since the 2009-10 season, currently at five games. They can extend their winning streak on Wednesday night as they host the Chattanooga Mocs at McCamish Pavilion.

The Yellow Jackets won the last meeting between these two teams, 62-53 on Feb. 16, 2011. In fact, the Yellow Jackets have not lost a game to the Mocs since 1923.

The Jackets are coming off a 73-48 victory over the Fordham Rams on Saturday, in that game, guard Robert Carter Jr. and forward Daniel Miller each scored 14 points in the victory. While Marcus Georges-Hunt leads the team with 11.2 points and is the only player to average double figures, Carter averages 9.7 points per game while Kammeon Holsey averages 9.5 points and Mfon Udofia averages 9.3.

Wednesday's game will be streamed live on ESPN3.com. Radio coverage of the game will be provided by the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network on 790 AM and 106.7 FM.

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