Michael Devoe made back-to-back photographs within the ultimate 2:06 and scored 19 factors to assist Georgia Tech rally from a 17-point deficit for an 82-80 win over Notre Dame on Saturday evening.
Devoe scored 14 factors and made all 5 of his area purpose makes an attempt within the second half. His brief jumper gave the Yellow Jackets (9-6, 5-4 ACC) a one-point lead with 2:06 left and adopted with one other jumper for Georgia Tech’s largest lead of the sport at 82-79 with 1:25 left.
Jose Alvarado added 19 factors, six rebounds and 5 assists for the Yellow Jackets. Jordan Usher scored 16 and Moses Wright had 12.
Notre Dame scored 14 straight factors early within the sport and led by 17 twice within the first half. The Irish went into the break with a 50-35 lead after capturing 19 of 29 (66%) from the sector.
Georgia Tech opened the second half with a 14-4 run and fully erased the deficit on Alvarado’s layup that put the Yellow Jackets in entrance 65-64 with 9:24 left within the sport.
Nate Laszewski had 27 factors on 11-of-13 capturing with 4-of-6 from 3-point vary for the Combating Irish (7-10, 4-7). Juwan Durham scored 18 factors, Prentiss Hubb had 15 factors and 10 assists, and Dane Goodwin added 13 factors.
Georgia Tech hosts No. 14 Virginia on Wednesday. Notre Dame visits Duke on Tuesday.
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