Powered by WMT Digital. Despite falling short in its quest to defend the World Championship gold medal that the USA had earned in 1986, the 1990 USA squad demonstrated resiliency and a never say die attitude en route to capturing the bronze in Buenos Aries, Argentina.

1990 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Roster.

Duke would win the championship again the following year, making Duke the first team since UCLA in 1973 to win back-to-back titles.

Years Exp: 1.2 Averages weighted by minutes played High School Parade All-Americans: Dennis Scott, Brian Oliver, James Munlyn, Kenny Anderson, Darryl Barnes, Malcolm Mackey 58.7% of minutes played and 57.4% of scoring return from 1988-89 roster ABOUT GEORGIA TECH MEN’S BASKETBALL.

The Official Athletic Site of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. While Georgia Tech’s 1990 Final Four team didn’t win a national championship, the trio of Kenny Anderson, Dennis Scott, and Brian Oliver set the bar for basketball success on the Flats for years to come. Florida Citrus Bowl champion. Ranking. Height: 6-5 Avg. Though it has been historically overshadowed by the school's football program, the …

More 1990 Georgia Tech Pages. Date: Jun 10, 2010. Atlantic Coast Conference. The 1989–90 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men's basketball team represented the Georgia … THE FLATS – Georgia Tech basketball will celebrate the 30 anniversary of its 1990 NCAA Final Four and Atlantic Coast Conference championship team … 1990 Georgia Tech Statistics.

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The 1990–91 Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team was a Division I college basketball team that competed in the Atlantic Coast Conference.The team brought to Duke their first national championship when they defeated Kansas 72–65. The team went 28-6 and won that year’s ACC Tournament championship, not to mention the Final Four appearance.

Florida Citrus Bowl, W 45–21 vs. Nebraska. National champion ( UPI/Coaches, Dunkel, Sagarin) Co-national champion ( FACT, NCF) ACC champion. Tech has been a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1979, won three ACC Championships (1985, 1990, 1993), played in the NCAA Tournament 16 times and played in two Final Fours (1990, 2004). The most comprehensive coverage of RamblinWreck Men’s Basketball on the web with highlights, scores, game summaries, and rosters. Georgia Tech School History; ... Basketball; Hockey; Soccer; Blog; Stathead;

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The most comprehensive coverage of RamblinWreck Football on the web with highlights, scores, game summaries, and rosters. The Georgia Bulldogs basketball program is the men's college basketball team representing the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia.Established in 1891, the team has competed in the Southeastern Conference since its inception in 1932.