Virginia-Virginia Tech Preview

It shouldn't come as a surprise that Virginia is allowing the fewest points per game of any team in the nation after accomplishing the same feat last season. What does stand out in 2014-15 is that the Cavaliers are even better defensively. Second-ranked Virginia looks to continue its best start in 24 years while keeping host Virginia Tech winless in ACC play on Sunday. The Cavaliers...
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January 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Louisville vs. Virginia Tech: What 2 Watch 4

Photo: Daily PressI’m trying something a bit different than my usual 3 Predictions this basketball season. I’m going to give you 4 ‘things’ to watch during the game, be it a player match-up, style of play comparison, strengths/weaknesses, etc., so you’ll have a sense of what to watch for as the game plays out. You probably know me as a stat guy, so I assure you I’m still...
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January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Virginia Tech hires Buzz Williams

Virginia Tech announced Friday that they have hired Buzz Williams as the new head men’s basketball coach. “I am extremely excited about welcoming Buzz Williams to the Hokie Nation,” director of athletics Whit Babcock said. “Buzz is a proven winner who has earned his way up through the ranks with a strong track record of success. I am confident he will energize our fan...
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March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Virginia Tech fires James Johnson

Virginia Tech has fired second-year men’s basketball coach James Johnson after a 9-22 season. New Athletic Director, Whit Babcock, fired Johnson after meeting with him and reviewing the past two seasons.  Johnson had a record of 21-41 in his first two season, but struggled in ACC play with a 6-30 record. Johnson was an assistant coach under Seth Greenberg, who was fired in 2012...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Virginia Tech beats Miami 61-60 in OT

Jarrell Eddie scored 24 points to lead Virginia Tech to a 61-60 overtime victory against Miami in the opening ACC game for both teams on Sunday. Eddie hit a jumper with 19 seconds remaining in overtime to break a 59-59 tie for the Hokies (7-3). Garrius Adams converted the first of two free throws for the Hurricanes (5-5) with seven seconds left but missed the second. Eddie's corner...
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December 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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