Despite 29 points from Ky Bowman, BC couldn’t pull off its first victory against a Top-25 team in the Jim Christian Era.
The Eagles face a difficult challenge on Tuesday night when they run up against the No. 25 Fighting Irish on Valentine’s Day.
After a slow start to the game, Georgia Tech became red-hot on offense in the second half and handed BC its ninth straight loss.
Georgia Tech battled back after a poor first half, coming back to beat the Eagles 65-54 on Saturday night.
BC allowed too many easy shots for the Panthers in the second half, losing another ACC game and dropping to last in the conference.
Over the past 10 years, Gonzaga has recorded the second highest regular-season winning percentage in the country. During NCAA Tournament play? The team is a mere 12-10.
With Jamel Artis sidelined early in the first half, BC took command of Wednesday night’s game versus Pittsburgh. But it wouldn’t last long. Michael Young poured in 19 second-half points to give the Panthers the 83-72 edge.
While the score may not have shown it in the first half, BC struggled from the field for all 40 minutes of Saturday’s game against Louisville. When the shots weren’t falling, Louisville drew out its lead, ultimately winning 90-67.
After hanging with No. 6 Louisville in the first half, BC sputtered in the latter portion of play, falling 90-67. The team has now lost seven straight and nine of its last 10.
After a promising start to ACC play, the Eagles have lost eight of their last nine games, including six straight. Head coach Jim Christian’s group will try to snap the streak when they face Louisville on Saturday.