Jan. 22, 2015
Â• Georgia Tech’s 28 points marked the lowest point total in an ACC regular season game ever.
Â• Georgia Tech’s 28 points marked the lowest point total by a team in an ACC game in the shot clock era.
Â• Georgia Tech’s 28 points tied for the fifth lowest point total by a team in an ACC game ever.
Â• Georgia Tech’s 28 points was the fewest its scored in a game since tallying 29 at Tulane on Jan. 9, 1948
Â• The Cavaliers extended their home-court winning streak to 21 games (20 of the 21 victories during the streak have been by double digits)
Â• The 21-game home winning streak is the seventh-longest active streak in the nation
Â• The 21-game winning streak is also a John Paul Jones Arena record
Â• Virginia opens a season 18-0 for the first time since 1980-81 (started 23-0)
Â• The Cavaliers open ACC play with a 6-0 record for the first time since 1980-81 (started 12-0)
Â• Virginia extended its ACC home court win streak to 21 games
Â• The 21-game ACC home winning streak is the longest in the conference since Duke’s 22-game ACC home win streak from 2002-04
Â• Virginia held its third opponent under 30 points this season (Rutgers, Harvard)
Â• Georgia Tech’s 28 points were the fewest allowed by Virginia to an ACC opponent in the shot clock era (36, Florida State on Jan. 19, 2013)
Â• Virginia held Georgia Tech scoreless for a 7:17 span of the first half, the 14th time this season the Cavaliers have held an opponent scoreless for at least six minutes this season (fourth streak of at least seven minutes)
Â• Georgia Tech’s 16 first-half points and 12 second-half points mark the 13th and 14th times this season Virginia has allowed under 20 points in a half
Â• Georgia Tech became the second UVa opponent to not make a 3-pointer this season (Rutgers)
Â• Virginia only had one double figure scorer for the first time this season
Â• Malcolm Brogdon (13 points) scored in double figures for the 14th time this season (48th time in his career)