LOUISVILLE, Ky. — No. 5 Louisville (21-4) dropped their first game since Jan. 4 to Georgia Tech (12-13) 64-58.
The Cards had their worst shooting performance of the season, shooting 33.9% from the field at 19-56 and season low three-point percentage at 12.5% at 3-24.
UofL never led in the game and at most trailed by 11 points in the game.
Leading scorer Jordan Nwora shot 1-6 from the field with two points and four turnovers.
UofL won the turnover battle 16-18 and out-rebounded the Yellow Jackets 37-30.
Georgia Tech's Jose Alvarado led all scorers with 18 points.
No. 5 Louisville is back in action on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Clemson.