Green, who averages 24.6 points per game, had only 8 points in the first half but helped lead the Hokies back from a deficit of 11 points at 43-32.
Virginia Tech (10-6, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) took its first ACC win under first-year coach
Georgia Tech (10-5, 0-3) remained winless in the league with its third straight loss. The Yellow Jackets were held without a field goal in the final 7 minutes of regulation.
Hokies junior forward
Georgia Tech called a timeout with 20.6 seconds left. Udofia worked the clock before missing a jumper. Virginia Tech grabbed the rebound and called timeout with 3 seconds remaining. Green missed a long 3-pointer to send the game to overtime.
Virginia Tech scored the first three baskets of overtime as the Yellow Jackets' cold shooting continued. Sophomore forward
Udofia ended Georgia Tech's field-goal drought with a basket.
Going back to last season, Green has scored in double figures in 19 straight games, the ACC's longest active streak.
Green, a senior guard, has scored 21 or more points in 15 of 16 games this season. Carter banked in a 3-pointer with 4 seconds remaining in the first half to give the Yellow Jackets at 25-22 halftime lead.
Georgia Tech opened the second half with an 18-10 run to stretch the lead to 11 points.
Brown started for Virginia Tech after missing one game with an illness.