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Georgia Tech Women's Basketball Tip-Off Times and TV Schedule Announced Wednesday

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It was time for the ACC to release the tip-off times and TV schedules for the upcoming women's basketball season and Georgia Tech's schedule has some big-time matchups on it. 

The Yellow Jackets are gunning for another appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2022-2023 and hope to take another step as a program this season. 

As far as the TV schedule and tip-off times go, there are going to be a lot of intriguing spots for Georgia Tech this season. Multiple games on ACC Network against teams like Georgia, Louisville, Duke, NC State, and Miami are going to be pivotal games in Georgia Tech's season and ones to watch this year. 

While Georgia Tech does have to replace their best player from last season, Lorela Cubaj (who was drafted in this past year's WNBA draft), this is still going to be a talented team that is coached by Nell Fortner, who is clearly one of the ACC's and the nations best. 

The countdown is on until another season of Georgia Tech Women's basketball. 

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