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After the Buzzer: Georgia Tech

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: JAN 30 Florida State at Georgia Tech Photo by David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Quick Hitters

-Since we have had about a month in between games, or at least it feels like it, I had a little extra time to get this one done. I had every intention of having it posted before the Cards played Syracuse on Wednesday, and then boom, a lot of extra time opened up so here we are. Better late than never? Let’s dive in.

-Are we blaming Josh Pastner and his face shield for this shutdown? Because I am cool with that if we are. Just checking.

-Sam Williamson, it’s nice to finally meet you, young man. What a performance and one that we desperately needed to see from him. The 20 points and 18 rebounds are obviously great, but the fact that seven of those rebounds came on the offensive end tell you that he was much more aggressive overall. You have to want to get offensive rebounds; they don’t just fall to you. The very last film review clip is my favorite play he made all game.

-Sam played 30 minutes. I don’t care who starts. It matters who plays the big minutes and produces, not who is there for the opening tip.

-Pastner still having nightmares of Gabe dunking? I would be.

-David Johnson shooting 6/11 from three is not something I ever thought I would type, but here we are. It’s gotten to the point where I now expect his shots from deep to go in, not be surprised when they do. Great bounce back game from him in this one.

-Carlik continues to do a little bit of everything whether his shot is on or not. He only shot 5/17 but still had 12 points, six rebounds, eight assists, and only one turnover. Scary to think where we would be without that guy.

-Not too sure what Jae’Lyn was doing early on, but you are going to have to take the ball up stronger than that. You all saw it so I don’t think anymore needs to be said. But it didn’t look great. He has had enough good games that we know he can be better.

-It’s amazing how much better coaching looks when shots go in, isn’t it? I say that because it seems that after any loss, I always see that “we got outcoached.” OK, well if we made more shots on the same exact plays and ended up winning, was the coaching any different? I don’t know, I could go on about that but I will save it. Coaches make mistakes. Players miss shots. It happens.

-This game feels like so long ago that we can just end this here and get to the film clips. Here’s to hoping that the next post like this is after a win, whenever that game will be. As always, thanks for checking this out and Go Cards!

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