Glen Rice Jr.'s team-high 11 points off the bench helped nudge the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets over the Boston College Eagles 51-47 in ACC conference play on Saturday afternoon. Rice, who started on the bench due to a nagging foot injury, was huge as the rest of the starters were only able to muster 29 points for the entire game.
Matt Humphrey was big for BC, scoring a team-high 15 points with four rebounds and three assists for the Eagles. Yet, the Eagles had 14 turnovers for the game compared to GT's 9, and the Eagles three-point shooting failed them going just 8-27 from deep for the day.
With the win, Georgia Tech gets their second ACC victory of the season and are 9-14 on the season.
|Final - 2.4.2012||1||2||Total|
|Boston College Eagles||19||28||47|
|Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets||20||31||51|
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