Mark Bradley: Georgia Tech’s return to eminence

Josh Pastner had coached up, as they say, what he had. Three years into his Georgia Tech leading the men’s basketball program, that was the industry consensus. Still unclear was whether what he had would ever be enough. His first three seasons had yielded one NIT bid, no victories in the ACC Tournament and no NCAA Touranment appearances. They’d also produced some bad press, some of it self-inflicted. Season 3 ended with yet another Tuesday loss in the ACC tournament. “We’ve got to get off Tuesdays,” he said afterward, meaning the event’s first round, the purview of the proud conference’s lesse…

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