First-year Virginia Tech coach James Johnson has a luxury, and a problem.
In Erick Green, the nation's leading scorer, he has one of the best players in the country. But he also has a roster of young players who seem more inclined to let Green do most of the Hokies' scoring.
Green had 30 points on Wednesday night for his third 30-point game of the season, but the senior guard nearly outscored the rest of his teammates in Virginia Tech's 73-64 loss to No. 14 Miami.
Green, like his coach, would love to see his teammates chip in more on offense.
''Robert Brown is coming along. He's been in a slump, but he's coming out of it,'' Green said of the shooting guard, who scored eight quick points against Miami, but no more despite playing 32 minutes. ''Jarell Eddie can make plays. He can shoot the heck out of the ball. Cadarian Raines can make plays.''
Eddie scored 14 on Wednesday, and Raines had 10.
The rest of the team? Two points on a second-half dunk by Joey van Zegeren, who started...