Georges-Hunt mum on non-call at end of regulation

In Georgia Tech’s double-overtime loss to Notre Dame on Saturday, forward Marcus Georges-Hunt had a chance to win the game on the Yellow Jackets’ final possession of regulation. It would have been the second consecutive game in which he would have played the hero, having scored on a last-second drive in Tech’s 67-66 win over Charlotte on Tuesday.

Georges-Hunt wasn’t as successful. He drove past forward Steve Vasturia, but forward Zach Auguste tied him as he rose up to shot, preventing him from getting a shot on the rim.

“I need to see that one on film, if you get what I’m saying,” coach Brian Gregory said of the non-call following Georges-Hunt’s shot.

Asked if he was fouled, Georges-Hunt replied, “That’s not my decision. I’m just coming to play and just be aggressive.”

Georges-Hunt led Tech with 20 points on 7-for-19 shooting with eight rebounds.

Bolden delivers: Guard Chris Bolden made a big 3-pointer that gave Tech a 57-56 lead in regulation with 2:28 to play. The Jackets had lost the lead at the 9:12 mark. Bolden, who entered the game making 27.8 percent of his 3-point tries, was 2-for-4 on 3-pointers for the second game in a row and scored 14 points with four rebounds. Bolden was on the wing when forward Charles Mitchell passed crosscourt to him out of the post.

“Chuck’s an unbelievable passer, and I give all the credit to him,” Bolden said. “I Just slid up and he saw me, and I just stepped up and knocked it down.”

Bolden was making his second consecutive start after coming off the bench for the first 11 games. He said it made no difference to him.

“I guess it did my freshman and sophomore year, but now being older and being a veteran, I feel like I have to have a great attitude in order for it to pass off to a teammate,” he said.

Cremins at game: Tech coaching great Bobby Cremins called the game for the ACC Network with play-by-play man Tim Brant. In August, Cremins briefly was considered as an interim coach at the College of Charleston to groom a successor, from where he retired in 2012 after 31 seasons of coaching, but the school ultimately hired Clemson assistant Earl Grant. Cremins lives in Hilton Head, S.C.

Last time: Tech's last double overtime was in the 2010-11 season, an 86-83 loss to Charlotte. The Jackets' last double-overtime game in ACC play was in the 1998-99 season, a 111-108 win over Florida State. Gregory is 1-5 in overtime games with Tech.