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Game Film | Hokies 94 #1 unc 88 | 1.13.07

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  1. […] CC: The best on-court memory would have to be our first victory over Carolina at home – it was the first real sign of what kind of season it would be. The off-court memory would be the community response this past April. The camaraderie and unity at the vigil and convocation were nothing short of amazing. […]

  2. […] 3) Virginia Tech vs. UNC-Chapel Hill. I really had a tough choice between choosing this and that Maryland game I stated in #1, but any time you beat the #1 team in the country on your home floor it is special!!! From the huge, and I mean HUGE lead, we had over them, to the absolute agony of watching the end of that game. This one had it all! Steals, dunks, intensity, doubt, elation…pick one! It was an amazing game to watch…and even better to be with the guys after the game to enjoy it at the social! […]

  3. […] Thank you to The Team. The Team is the “staff”. Staff is in quotes because we are all moonlighting. This is not a full time gig for anyone. In fact, this site just evolved with no real plan. As the story goes, I bought several Tech basketball related domain names like and in early 2006. A year later after icecoldstreetballaRob and I got back home from our victory over #1 carolina, I emailed the other guys that share season tickets with us and proposed launching a blog about Tech basketball. Maybe we could make enough dough from Google Ads to pay for our season tickets? There was no initial mention of previews or recaps or any format, at least from what I can remember. I pitched the idea as a free for all. In fact, I had no idea how much anyone would or could write. So, it came as a complete shock when Niemo starts cranking out game previews and recaps and stats out his arse. He raised the bar, and the rest of us had to keep up. Niemo quickly became our Senior Writer, but he is better known as the “King of Tech Hoops”. A few days after we launched the site, I approached our fifth team member, Jay Adams. Jay has been MIA this season, which has been a huge blow to the site, but we are managing. If you don’t know Jay’s work, click here. It’s so good I’ve thought about replaying his bricks for each game this year. Daveywoods, who is afraid to write any more columns (thus our de-facto editor), and icecoldstreetballaRob settled into comfy roles and contribute mostly behind the scenes in the million emails we traded each day. BTW, I might be the Founder of; Niemo might be the King, but Daveywoods is the Visionary. Finally, late last year, we added Gary Cope-acabana of He took over for me as our A/V expert and quickly has expanded his role. I only wish we had asked him to come on board sooner. […]

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