Five things Brian Gregory has to solve for Georgia Tech basketball to compete

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Mar 14, 2013; Greensboro, NC, USA; Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets head coach Brian Gregory during player introductions during the first round of the ACC tournament at Greensboro Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The cat’s out of the bag…Georgia Tech basketball coach Brian Gregory hasn’t brought the program back to a place of prominence in the ACC or nationally in his first three seasons.

Does that mean he can’t? Absolutely not. But there are some important things that will have to be fixed to make this hoops machine run at optimum performance.

The overall record in three seasons of 43–52 is disheartening, but at least looks fixable. The ACC record of 16-36 makes you think it might be time to blow it up, and start again.

But fresh starts are frustrating…and expensive…and right now Georgia Tech can’t afford to just throw good money after bad. So what can be done to right this ship, and make the Yellow Jackets once again a force in the ACC and a hot spot for top recruits to consider?

Here’s a little “to-do” list for coach Gregory and his staff.

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