Ok, I basically did not see this game. I listened to about 8 minutes of the second half on the radio and then saw about two minutes on the tube.
So, I don't have much add from an analysis perspective though I think the statistics are telling.
1) Robert Dozier - 1 FG attempt, 5 personal fouls in 8 minutes of play.
2) Joey Dorsey - 9 points and 6 boards (5 of 8 from the line) - looks pretty solid on paper, but I know the Tigers were destroyed on the boards in the second half. Six boards in 32 minutes is certainly under his normal work load.
3) Willie Kemp - 9 points, 2 assists, 2 turnovers (pretty good for a freshman).
4) Antonio Anderson - 15 points, but with FIVE turnovers and 3 of 7 from the charity stripe.
5) CDR (the workhorse) - 26 points, 8-12 FGs, 9-11 FTs and 7 RBs - Excellent !!
6) Pierre Niles - TWO boards in 8 minutes, 0-4 FTs !!!
7) Jeremy Hunt - Another solid effort - 16 points, 5 board, 4 assists
The two big numbers - they aren't secrets
Georgia Tech 52 rebounds, Memphis 31
Georgia Tech scored 62 points in the 2nd half shooting 56.7%
CDR and Antonio Anderson combined for 41 points or 48.2% of the offense
Kemp and Allen had 5 assists and only 3 turnovers - 1.67 ratio
Memphis beat GT on the intangibles (unless you add rebounds to the formula)
Memphis -1.5, GT -14.0