Found January 29, 2013 on BeyondUSports:
Hokies’ Poor Perimeter Game Leads to ACC StrugglesAfter a blistering 7-0 start, the Hokie basketball team has fallen back to Earth, dropping to 11-8 with this week’s pair of losses to UVA and Clemson. It’s not exactly the most surprising development for such a young, thin team, but it’s still disappointing that the Hokies have been unable to replicate virtually none of the things that made them so successful early on. Courtesy of IndependentMail.com While there are a variety of issues with this particular squad, two are the most problematic for James Johnson’s bunch: perimeter shooting and perimeter defense. The team was never fantastic defensively, but Tech has been downright terrible in preventing three point shots recently. The Cavaliers nailed 11 of 23 from behind the arc, while Clemson shot 10-21 from downtown, which was a season high for the Tigers. Both results are embarrassing, but UVA’s success from deep is at least predictable based on the shooting stroke of players like J...
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