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Georgia Tech 51, Boston College 47


ATLANTA (AP) - Glen Rice Jr. scored three points in the final minute, Brandon Reed hit a pair of free throws in the closing seconds and Georgia Tech snapped a six-game losing streak with a 51-47 victory over Boston College on Saturday.

In a matchup of two struggling teams, Rice finished with 11 points and Kammeon Holsey and Daniel Miller each added 10 for the Yellow Jackets (9-14, 2-7 Atlantic Coast Conference).

Matt Humphrey scored 15 points and Lonnie Jackson had 10 for the Eagles (7-16, 2-7 ACC), who have dropped six straight and nine of 11.

The Yellow Jackets never trailed after Holsey's inside runner made it 46-44 with 2:55 remaining, but Boston College pulled within one at 48-47 on Jackson's two free throws with 16.4 seconds to go.

Rice put back his own missed runner to make it 48-45 with 48.9 seconds left and added a free throw with three-tenths of a second remaining.

Georgia Tech and Boston College showed why they are the ACC's lowest-scoring teams.

After Dennis Clifford's layup gave them a 12-11 lead at the 10:39 mark, the Eagles went scoreless over their next 15 possessions until Humphrey's buzzer-beating 3 left Georgia Tech up 20-19 at halftime.

Boston College led once three times the second half, the last at 36-34 on Ryan Anderson's jumper at the 9:20 mark.

With Jackson making an inbound pass in front of their bench with 44.4 seconds left, the Eagles managed just two more field-goal attempts on their final two possessions. Rice grabbed a defensive rebound on the Anderson's missed 3 with 7 seconds to go.

Rice went 4 of 10 from the field for Georgia Tech and Mfon Udofia, despite handing out six assists with no turnovers, was 0 for 7 from the field.

The ACC home victory was a first for first-year coach Brian Gregory, whose team enjoyed a rare game in which its assists (12) topped its turnovers (nine).

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Boston College Eagles
R. Anderson, F352-100-011015
D. Clifford, C183-61-21047
M. Humphrey, G366-100-043215
L. Jackson, G292-84-412210
J. Daniels, G262-80-03225
K. Caudill171-10-01122
G. Moton170-20-00110
J. Cahill120-00-04110
D. Rubin91-40-01003
E. Odio10-00-00000
Totals 17-495-630101547
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
K. Holsey, F245-70-021410
D. Miller, C304-62-251110
M. Udofia, G360-70-03610
B. Reed, G303-62-23129
J. Morris, G70-10-01000
G. Rice Jr.294-101-282311
J. Royal202-81-22115
P. Jordan142-40-02004
N. Foreman60-02-21012
N. Hicks40-00-00000
Totals 20-498-1029121351
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