Georgia Tech mustered only 37 points Tuesday night against Clemson, an offensive non-showing that sealed the Yellow Jackets' fourth consecutive loss, and their tenth loss in 11 games. The Tigers won 56-37 in an ugly effort marked by 30 combined turnovers (18 for Tech) and a Tech offense that shot 31.9 percent from field goal range.
The loss is the second time this season Georgia Tech has failed to score 40 points, and the lowest point total of the year (they scored 38 in a loss to Virginia January 19. The 37 total points is the lowest for Tech since 1980. Kammeon Holsey (12 points) and Brandon Reed (11 points) led what little scoring there was for the Yellow Jackets.
With the loss, Georgia Tech drops to 9-18 overall and 2-11 in ACC play.
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