Found December 31, 2012 on SCACC Hoops:
On Sunday Virginia was the only team in action and the Cavaliers took care of a decent Wofford team 74-39.  Mike Tobey led the way with 19 points while Akil Mitchell and Joe Harris each added 15 points a piece in the win.  The other news from yesterday was this report from CBS Sports that Miami's Reggie Johnson will miss the next 6 weeks with a broken thumb.  The Hurricanes were 5-0 when they had their starting lineup in tact, but just 3-3 with either Durand Scott or Reggie Johnson out of the lineup.  Last week Miami lost to Arizona and Indiana State with Johnson sitting.  Miami plays La Salle on Wednesday and opens conference play with Georgia Tech on Saturday.  If Johnson misses 6 weeks, he would miss around 10 of Miami's ACC conference matchups. Today, NC State and Boston College each play their final non-conference matchup prior to conference play beginning on Saturday.  Check out the game sim predictions and previews below for those two. Game Sim Predictions for Basketball Dartmouth at Boston College - Boston College wins 64-57 Sim the game here UNC Greensboro at NC State - NC State wins 85-68 Sim the game here The ACC has three teams in bowl games today as NC State takes on Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech takes on USC, and Clemson takes on LSU.  Let's take a look at what Game Sim says will happen in these three matchups. Game Sim Predictions for Football NC State vs Vanderbilt - Vanderbilt wins 48-34 Sim the game here Georgia Tech vs USC - USC wins 48-47 Sim the game here Clemson vs LSU - LSU wins 31-26 Sim the game here Virginia/Wofford Highlights  Team Conf Pct Overall Pct  Duke  0-0  1.000  12-0  1.000  Maryland  0-0  1.000  11-1  0.917  NC State  0-0  1.000  10-2  0.833  Georgia Tech  0-0  1.000  9-2  0.818  UNC  0-0  1.000  10-3  0.769  Virginia  0-0  1.000  10-3  0.769  Miami  0-0  1.000  8-3  0.727  Virginia Tech  0-0  1.000  9-4  0.692  FSU  0-0  1.000  8-4  0.667  Clemson  0-0  1.000  7-4  0.636  Boston College  0-0  1.000  7-5  0.583  Wake Forest  0-0  1.000  6-5  0.545  Injury Report  Dennis Clifford (BC) sprained ankle Ian Miller (FS) bone bruise in foot John Auslander (MD) left tibia fracture, out for season Reggie Johnson (MI) broken thumb Reggie Bullock (NC) concussion Jordan Vandenberg (ST) Knee Jontel Evans (VA) reinjured surgically repaired foot Marshall Wood (VT) broken left foot Links Cavaliers trounce Terriers in final non-conference affair Browman gets his time to shine against Wofford N.C. State preparing for more than UNC Greensboro Deacs’ Thomas has family legacy to live up to Miami big man Johnson (thumb) out 6 weeks Yesterday's Games Matchup    Wofford 39 @ Virginia 74  Box Today's Games Time Matchup TV    2:00:00 PM  Dartmouth @ Boston College  ESPN3  Preview  5:00:00 PM  UNC Greensboro @ NC State  ESPNU  Preview  

Miami's Reggie Johnson out 6-8 weeks

Courtesy Miami Atheltics CORAL GABLES, Fla. - University of Miami senior center Reggie Johnson will be out 6-8 weeks with a left thumb fracture, Coach Jim Larranaga announced Sunday evening. In seven games this season, Johnson has averaged 12.6 points, 10.1 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game for the Hurricanes. He is shooting 42.6 percent from the field and 71.4 percent at the line.

Virginia 74, Wofford 39

Mike Tobey scored 19 points and Virginia shot 63.8 percent and beat Wofford 74-39 Sunday. Akil Mitchell and Joe Harris added 15 points each for the Cavaliers (10-3), who rebounded from a loss to Old Dominion with one of their most complete performances of the season at both ends of the floor. Spencer Collins led the Terriers (6-7) with 17 points while Wofford scoring leader Karl...
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