0 times in his career that Georgia Tech coach Paul Hewitt had been ejected before Sunday’s game at Virginia Tech.
2 technicals called against Paul Hewitt in the first half, resulting in his first ejection.
5 consecutive double-doubles for Virginia Tech’s Jeff Allen, who scored 25 points and grabbed 14 rebounds.
5 consecutive losses for the Yellow Jackets.
6 technicals called in the game, including two separate ones against Glen Rice. He wasn’t ejected because the first was called after he hung on the rim.
14 consecutive losses on opponent’s courts for Georgia Tech, stretching back to Jan. 16, 2010 when the Jackets defeated North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
30-point lead for the Hokies with 9:45 remaining in the game.
33 points, a season-high, for Virginia Tech’s Malcolm Delaney. He hit 9 of his 14 field goals, including 3 of 4 3-pointers. He hit 3 of 11 field goals and missed all three of his 3-pointers in Georgia Tech’s 72-57 win in Atlanta.
55-percent shooting for Virginia Tech. The Hokies hit 68 percent of their shots in the first half. Georgia Tech hit 42.9 percent of its shots.
102 points allowed by Georgia Tech. It was the first time since 2009 that Tech has allowed more than 100 points in regulation, when North Carolina scored 104 on Feb. 28.
– Doug Roberson, AJC