Boston University at Georgia Tech 11-22-09

November 22, 2009

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Georgia Tech (2-1) has shown signs it is still recovering from a 2-14 season in ACC play in 2008-09, turning the ball over 26 times in a 63-59 loss to No. 18 Dayton in the opening round in San Juan. But Favors’ perfect 6-of-6 performance from both the field and the free-throw line helped the Yellow Jackets bounce back Friday with a 70-62 victory over George Mason.

The Terriers (1-3) had a 52-32 edge in rebounds during a 71-67 win over Indiana on Friday, Chambers’ first victory as a head coach. Boston University’s 19 offensive rebounds were the program’s most since it had 25 in a win over Vermont on Jan. 22, 2006. “We send (three players) to the offensive glass. We stressed it today in walkthrough and all the film sessions,” Chambers said. “When our (big men) are rebounding the ball, that means we can get out in transition and get some easy ones, and that’s what happened in the second half.” The Terriers outscored Indiana 42-33 after halftime. They were led by 21 points from John Holland, the leading scorer who notched at least 20 for the third straight game off the bench.

Boston University was the unanimous preseason pick to win the America East Conference by the league’s coaches, but it has not beaten a ranked opponent since a 62-55 victory over then-No. 18 Navy on March 13, 1959.

The Terriers lost both previous meetings with Georgia Tech, most recently a 73-72 road loss Jan. 10, 1975.

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