Georgia Tech entered the 2011 season with plenty of questions regarding its frontcourt. If it can get this kind of production from Daniel Miller and Kammeon Holsey on a regular basis then things will be looking up for the Yellow Jackets.
Holsey finsihed with 21 points on 9-10 shooting while Miller scored 14 points, grabbed 15 rebounds while handing out six assists. Georgia Tech built a 30-23 lead at the half and outscored Delaware State 40-29 the rest of the way. Jason Morris and Mfon Udofia joined Holsey and Miller in double figures with 11 and 10 points respectively. The Yellow Jackets connected on 53 percent of their shots but let the Hornets stick around by committing 14 turnovers in the game.
Marques Oliver and Tahj Tate led Delaware State in scoring with 14 points each. Justin May came off the bench to score 10 points and hit a couple of three point baskets. The Hornets only turned the ball over seven times but couldn't overcome Tech's 37-21 rebounding advantage.
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