Is Georgia Tech set up for long-term struggles on the hardwood?

As one of four ACC teams with only two wins in conference play, Georgia Tech is far off the NCAA tournament radar heading into its last eight regular-season games.

The program is in the midst of its longest postseason drought since the early ‘80s, and in all likelihood, it will finish the 2015-16 campaign with its fifth losing record in six years.

The lack of recent success has head coach Brian Gregory on the hot seat, and the Yellow Jackets have the second-lowest home attendance in the league. What’s even more alarming, though, is that there’s little indication the team will be able to turn its fortunes around anytime in the foreseeable future.