Tulane at Georgia Tech: Notes

Some quick notes on tonight's game against the Yellow Jackets

Georgia Tech is coming off a tough year going 11 and 20 (4 - 12 ACC) and they are entering the second year of coach Brian Gregory's tenure. The Yellow Jackets hope to open up their new on campus home, the 8,600 seat McCamish Pavilion, with a win tonight against the Green Wave. The team features 5 returning starters and additions from a highly touted recruiting class that features 4 Georgia products.

Georgia Tech's projected starters:

Depth is a bit of a question mark for the Yellow Jackets. Though they boast an experienced starting 5, the inexperience on the bench and their contributors are in question after the departure of Glen Rice Jr. and losing several other contributors to graduation and transfer. The team does add a Kentucky transfer in SG Stacey Poole who was widely recruited out of high school.


Some see this revamped roster as a positive change in direction for the program. (FromTheRumbleSeat.com)

The McCamish Pavilion will be sold out for tonight's match up. (AJC.com)

Incoming freshman Corey Heyward will be out a significant amount of time with a torn ACL (AJC.com)

5 Question for a new season. (The Telegraph - Macon.com)

Tulane Notes:

Tulane projected starters:

Tonight's match up will be quite a homecoming for guard Jordan Callahan. (NOLA.com)

With good health, Tulane could jump from last place to relevance. (Yahoo! Sports)

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