Miami Vs. Georgia Tech Final Score: Yellow Jackets Struggle To 54-36 Loss

Georgia Tech's offensive struggles finally caught up with them in the second half of their first-round 54-36 loss to Miami in the 2012 ACC Tournament. The Yellow Jackets took a 20-19 lead into halftime before getting outscored 35-16 in the second half.

For Tech there wasn't a lot of offense. Mfon Udofia ledd the way with 13 points while Brandon Reed chipped in 11. Jason Morris finished with five but was just 2-12 from the field and 0-5 from three-point range. Georgia Tech got zero points from its bench on the night.

Shane Larkin led Miami with 12 points while Durand Scott added 11. Rion Brown chipped in 10 points off the bench for the Hurricanes who advance to play Florida State in the second-round on Friday.

For more on this game Georgia Tech fans should check out From The Rumble Seat and Miami fans should stop by The 7th Floor. For more March Madness news and analysis head on over to SB Nation's College Basketball page.

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