Posted February 01, 2013 on
North Carolina hosts Virginia Tech on Saturday, a team that has lost seven of its last nine but features the nation's leading scorer in Erick Green. Tip-off at the Smith Center is at noon and will be televised by the ACC Network.
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Virginia Tech’s Erick Green had the ball as the clock ticked down in a tie ball game on Saturday. Reggie Bullock utilized his length to prevent a drive, forcing Green to take a tough fallaway jumper that fell short. It was that kind of day for the nation’s leading scorer.
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Virginia Tech kicker Cody Journell recently cleared out a Buffalo Wild Wings by unloading some pepper spray in the restaurant.
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...
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What is BWW, you ask? That would be Buffalo Wild Wings, and you'll want to hear this crazy story involving a Virginia Tech player.
Virginia Tech football player Cody Journell cleared out the Blacksburg Buffalo Wild Wings by spraying pepper spray. “Stuff likes this happens,” Journell said, “Accidents happen.”
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
This game is the second of three contests against teams ranked in the 100s of the RPI. Coming off a big win on the road at Boston College, UNC now gets Virginia Tech and Wake Forest in Chapel Hill. The Hokies got off to a promising start this season but have since fallen off to the level most expected them to be prior to the season. The notable exception is guard Erick Green who...
First and foremost, this is a game the defense won. After the Hokies staked a 12-0 lead and took a six point lead into halftime, UNC held Virginia Tech to 10-32 shooting in the second half and overtime. That included not a single Virginia Tech three point shot in the second half and 0-4 from beyond the arc in overtime. A big piece of that defensive effort was shutting down the nation...