Georgia Tech holds on against Pittsburgh

ATLANTA — For a moment, it seemed another collapse was imminent. Just as Georgia Tech had stumbled in the second halves of its past two games to allow Virginia and Clemson to overtake the Yellow Jackets and saddle them with gut-punch defeats – as had also happened in losses to Virginia and Duke earlier in the season – it appeared Pittsburgh was positioned to make it three in a row in a five-day stretch. “I was a little concerned,” coach Josh Pastner said. However, Tech guard Michael Devoe stepped to the fore, finding the range on a deep 3-pointer with 4:20 left that broke a 55-all tie and star…

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