Golden eligible immediately per Parrish

Discussion in 'Georgia Tech Basketball' started by kg01, Oct 17, 2013.

  1. kg01

    kg01 Helluva Engineer Featured Member

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  2. GTrob21

    GTrob21 Helluva Engineer

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    Best news for GT sports in the last 3 weeks.
     
  3. collegeballfan

    collegeballfan Helluva Engineer

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    Yeah, sure is. All news sources confirm. AJC has a story.
     
  4. collegeballfan

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    Look for less mention of PG and SG. Gregory sounds like he will play just Guards. Golden, S. Poole, Bolden, Jorgenson, Poole and Heyward. Then Morris comes back from surgery.
     
  5. Eric

    Eric Retired Co-Founder Staff Member

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    Great news for us!
     
  6. collegeballfan

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    Nowhere to go but up...............Guys need a "chip" on their shoulders.

    "Charlotte, N.C. -10/16/2013 - Georgia Tech's men's basketball team was picked to finish 11th Wednesday by the media attending the Atlantic Coast Conference's annual "Operation Basketball" media day.

    The Yellow Jackets have tied for ninth in the conference regular season standings in each of their first two seasons under head coach Brian Gregory, posting league records of 4-12 and 6-12, respectively. The ACC had 12 members each of those seasons, but has expanded to 15 members this season with the addition of Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Syracuse, three NCAA Tournament teams from 2013."
     
  7. OldJacketFan

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    Very good news, I got to see him play at TN. He's going to be good from game one.
     
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  9. AE 87

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    This is a huge get, imo. I've got no doubt that Sol and Travis will be long-term huge players for us. But, I can't over-state how important I think it'll be to have a calm steady hand that we can go to at point.
     

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