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Stats of the Game | bc

  1. bc was 8/15 in the 1st half on 3′s, despite only averaging 5.5 per game and only shooting 33%.
  2. Dudley had 30 points and 11 rebounds and just plain dominated.
  3. Deron Washington had 15 2nd half points (18 for the game) and played with great energy.  Had a poster dunk over 6’11″ Blair.
  4. Hokies gave up 14 offensive rebounds.
  5. VT is just 9 for 30 on three’s in their last 3 games (2/7 today).  We had been shooting 40% on 3′s before the ga tech game.
  6. bc had 12 3′s in the game, more than double their average. 
  7. bc was 8/9 from the free throw line.
  8. The eagles had 20 assists to just 9 for VT (7 in the 2nd half for VT as they moved the ball much better).
  9. Rice had 20 so he and Dudley combined for 50.  Marshall added 10 but was just 2/9 on 3′s (the rest of the team was 10/20 on 3′s).
  10. Gordon had 8 points, 10 boards, and 5 assists but was just 4/12 from the field.

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