Virginia's Road Woes Continues

No. 4 Virginia men's basketball's road woes continued on Saturday, when they fell to Georgia Tech 68-64.

The No. 4 Virginia  men's basketball team is in unfamiliar territory. For the first time since December 2013, the Cavaliers have lost back-to-back games. The 'Hoos dropped their second straight road game on Saturday after falling to Georgia Tech 68-64. 

UVA trailed the Yellow Jackets by as much as 25 points in the first half, marking its largest first-half deficit of the season, and went into the break behind 35-24.

The 'Hoos struggled from the outside only making four three-pointers out of 18 attempts, while Georgia Tech hit over 50 percent of its attempts. 

Malcolm Brogdon had a game high 19 points with London Perrantes and Anthony Gill finishing in double figures with 13 and 11 respectively. 

Virginia will look to regroup on Tuesday, when UVA welcomes 12th ranked Miami to the John Paul Jones Arena. 


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