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The Week Ahead: Dec. 3 to 8 (Tuesday vs winthrop; Sunday @ miami – ACC Opener)

Update: miami stats have been updated… miami just lost at nebraska by 11 in the ACC/Big(12)Ten Challenge, scoring just 49 points (that’s 11 more than uva)…

Believe it or not the 5-3 Hokies kick off ACC play this week with a road game against the defending ACC regular season and tournament champions, miami.  But first Tech has a Tuesday night home tilt against winthrop.

  • Tuesday vs winthrop (5-1) at 7 PM – ESPN3
  • Sunday at miami (5-4) at 12:30 PM – ESPNU – ACC Opener

Obviously miami was really, really good last year.  But you will need a program to know this team.  Their top six scorers from last year are all gone and they return just one player that averaged more than 10 minutes per game or 2 points per game.  The canes, after winning both the regular and tourney titles in the ACC last year, were picked to finish 12th in the league this year, barely ahead of wake.  And they look like a team that could contend for the ACC cellar (along with VT).  Check out who they’ve played and lost to already below in the Opponent’s Records This Season section.  But miami did beat 7-2 arizona state in the 5th Place Game of the Wooden Legacy Tournament

This is a critical game for both VT and miami because:

  1. Teams picked near the bottom love to get an early win and get some momentum going.
  2. This is a match-up of ACC bottom-feeders (at least predicted to be).  Losing to another bottom-feeder can really put you in a hole for your ACC season.

Oh, and the winthrop eagles will not be a cupcake on Tuesday – they beat usc-upstate by 8, jmu by 12, and their only loss was to vcu by 21.  The eagles average 81 PPG and 8 steals per game, so they no doubt will put pressure on the Hokies who have struggled with presses.

Stat(s) of the Week:

  • Tech is just 1-8 in ACC openers and have lost 6 in a row.
  • The Hokies are 4th in the nation in 3-Point % at 46.9% and 18th in 3s made per game (9.0)
  • Virginia Tech outscored their opponents by a combined 34 points in their two games last week on their way to two Bear Fight (20+ point) victories.

Hokie Leaders (through Dec. 1):

  • PPG: Eddie – 16.9 (Smith 15.0)
  • Rebounds: Eddie – 6.9 (Barksdale 6.8)
  • Assists: Wilson – 5.3
  • Blocks: van Zegeren – 2.0
  • Steals: Wilson – 0.6

Hokie Team Stats (through Dec. 1):

  • PPG: 79.3
  • Opp PPG: 71.6
  • FG%: 46%
  • Opp FG%: 38%
  • 3-Pt%: 46%
  • Opp FG%: 30%
  • FT%: 72%

VT vs the opponents:

  • vs winthrop: VT 1-0 (a 62-55 win at the Cassell way back in 1998)
  • vs miami: miami 13-10 overall, VT 9-7 in ACC games — The Hokies won 8 of the first 10 ACC games vs miami but the canes have won 5 of the last 6, including both games last year (73-64 at the ‘Burg and 76-58 at miami)

opponents’ Records This Season:

  • winthrop: 5-1 (Of note: wins over usc-upstate, east tenn state, and jmu, lost to vcu by 21)
  • miami: 5-4 (Of note: Lost to st. francis (NY) in their opener, needed OT to beat georgia southern, lost to central florida and gwu, and barely beat cal state fullerton — i.e. not impressive.  Their lone resume win was a win on Sunday over arizona state, 60-54.  Last game – lost by 11 (60-49) at nebraska).

opponents’ Best Player(s):

  • winthrop: The eagles have a 3-headed monster on offense/ defense with Andre Smith (14.2 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 2.8 APG, and 1.5 SPG), Keon Johnson (13.2/2.3/1.8/0.8), and Joab Jerome (12.7/3.8/2.3/1.3).
  • miami: Rion Brown – The 6’6″ senior leads the team in PPG (13.8 – had 25 against nebraska), rebounds (6.6), and assists (3.0).  Brown is the only returning hurricane that averaged more than 10 minutes per game last year.  But he was just 7th on the canes scoring list last season, averaging just 6.4 PPG.

Things to Watch:

  • winthrop, like the Hokies, shoot very well from deep.  They hit 41% of their 3s and make over 8 per game on average.  Their 3 stars shoot a combined 43/83 (52%) from deep, and Smith is 20/38 from deep so Tech must guard him tight on the perimeter.
  • miami is dead last in the ACC in PPG and FG% (and 2nd to last in 3-Pt %).  If Tech can force miami to play half court on offense and earn their points, the Hokies will have a good shot at a W.  In fact, I’m not really sure what miami does well — they are near the bottom in almost every statistical category in the ACC and they haven’t exactly played stiff competition.
  • miami is scoring challenged but really emphasize defense under Coach Larranaga.  Look for miami to slow the pace and try to keep this game in the low 60s.  miami hasn’t scored more than 63 points in regulation in their last 4 games.  VT will need to get some easy buckets in transition to win and force their up-tempo pace on miami as much as possible.

Prediction:

So far I’ve been spot-on picking VT’s record each week (but not necessarily the games).  I see Tech going 1-1 this week, with either game possibly being the win or loss (though I’ll say VT beats winthrop and loses at miami).  Going on the road is tough in this league and miami will be inspired in their first ACC home game of the season as defending champs and will overcome their numerous departures.  That said, this is a bad miami team, especially right now while they are trying to find their identity with so many new faces.  The Hokies really need to win this game if they want to avoid a third straight year at the bottom of the league, but I’ll go ahead and say they lose a game like this (similar to the seton hall game) until they prove me wrong.

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HOKIES (5-3) 81, radford (4-2) 56 – Bear Fight #2!!

Boxscore

The Hokies absolutely pounded their neighbors on Friday afternoon in front of 5,200, woodshedding the radford highlanders 81-56 to move to 5-3 on the season and capture their 2nd straight Bear Fight victory (good thing most people have today off because it is time for some early drinking!!).  Tech now leads the all time series 6-1 but the schools hadn’t met in eight years (the Greenbergs didn’t want to play each other so after Brad left VT to be the radford head coach, the series stopped until Brad, and then Seth, were let go).

This is how you do it, this is how you debate!  When you play a team from the Big South, you have to come out and smack them in the mouth early and show them they don’t have a chance to win.  This game was over by the half, actually, even early than that.  With the scored tied 5-5 with 17 minutes to go in the first half, the Hokies went on a near Bear Fight run, outscored ru 18-0 over the next 4 minutes and jumping to a 23-5 lead.  Tech created turnovers and got out and ran well to blow the game open.  The Hokies were red hot from the field (started 14/21 – 67%) and dominated the glass (had a 16-6 rebound advantage early on).  Tech never looked back after that, leading by double-digits the rest of the game.

The Hokies, for once, didn’t do it with 3-point shooting.  Tech was 7/15 (47%) from deep on the day, which is remarkable, but that wasn’t the story early.  Instead, VT did a beautiful job of beating radford with pick-and-rolls, backdoor passes, and Adam Smith off the pull-up/drive.

Once again it was a balanced offensive attack for VT.  They got a Hokie-high 28 points from Adam Smith, 14 from Barksdale, 13 from Eddie, and 10 from Marshall Wood.  They also got double-doubles from Jarell Edide and C.J. Barksdale.

Tech shot 50% for the game, the 2nd time they’ve done that this season (52% vs vmi).  The Hokies destroyed the smaller highlanders on the glass with a 41-29 advantage overall.  VT snagged 81% of ru’s misses, a very impressive number, while getting 25% of their own misses (average).

The Hokies played without freshman captain Ben Emelogu for the second straight game (concussion-like symptoms).  Cadarian Raines, who sat the final 37 minutes of Tuesday’s game, did not play at all today.  Coach JJ is trying to send another message on effort.

radford made it interesting with 6 minutes to go in the half, using a full court trapping press (VT absolutely has no answer for full court presses right now, even with Devin Wilson in the game).  But after the highlanders cut the lead to 13, VT used a 7-0 run to go up 20.  Tech led by as many as 22 in the first half and took a 48-28 lead to the break.  The Hokies led by a combined 34 points at the half in their two games this week.

VT was 18/31 on FGs (58%) in the first half compared to 10/33 for ru (33%).  Adam Smith led VT with 17 and C.J. Barksdale had 10 at the break.

Javonte Green, ru’s leading scorer at 17 ppg, had 11 at the break and 15 for the game.  The Hokies don’t seem to worry about stopping their opponent’s best player, they just take everyone else out of their game — radford only had 2 guys with more than 2 points in the first half, and on Tuesday you’ll remember only 3 furman players had scored until the final minute of the game.

THE GOOD:

  • C.J. Barksdale – His effort is fantastic right now.  He is really battling on the defensive end to get his hands in passing lanes, deflect balls, body up, and get after tough defensive rebounds (and offensive rebounds, too).  Barksdale had his first double-double of the season with 14/10 today.  C.J.’s also 14/15 (93%) on FTs on the year after going 4/4 today, although that one miss was critical in the seton hall game.
  • Adam Smith – I really like him off the dribble, much more than when he just sits out beyond the arc and chucks (and he loves to chuck).  He’s now scored 19+ points in 3 of the last 7 games and he’s reached double-digits in 5 straight.  Adam had his Hokie high of 28 points today (2 short of his career high of 32 he had at unc-w vs wake forest).
  • Devin Wilson – He can really thread the needle on passes from odd angles.  Had a great pass to C.J. for a dunk and later for an easy layup off penetration, throwing the ball almost blindly around a defender.
  • Jarell Eddie – He picked up his 3rd straight double-double (13 points and 10 rebounds).  He’s averaging over 15 PPG and 10 rebounds in those 3 games, and Eddie’s reached double-digits in points in all 8 games.
  • Greg Donlon – The walk-on made his first career field goal as a Hokie at the end!  He did have a free throw last year, but this marked his 2nd and 3rd points of his career.
  • Up-Tempo – This team looks good when they run.  The frustrating thing is after a 10-0 run in 4 minutes, they won’t push the ball for another 10 minutes at times (especially if a team pressures VT and takes them out of their game).  The Hokies have to look to run, even if they are forcing it at times.  They have good finishers (Wilson, Smith, or Wilson dishing to JvZ or C.J., or kicking to Eddie or Johnston on the wing for a 3).
  • After the usc-upstate game I thought this season could be epically bad.  But I think if we played usc-u today we’d destroy them.  This team has really come together even though we are constantly missing parts.  Perhaps Barksdale is the key – he had really good +/- numbers last year and the team has looked a lot better since he came off suspension.

THE BAD:

  • Tech against the full court press – this has been an issue so far this year, although VT hasn’t seen much of it.  Expect teams to start showing more and more of it (and we know vcu will press VT from the time they walk into the Richmond Coliseum in a few weeks).
  • That’s it — this was a really nice effort from the Hokies in front of a lot of faculty, family, and a few friends but a very mild environment.

Did You Know: All 7 games in this series have been played in the Cassell but Virginia Tech has played at the Dedmon Center before… as a home game.  Back on 1/13/96 the Hokies beat la salle 71-55 at the Dedmon Center in an A-10 conference tilt.  Tech was playing there because part of the Cassell roof had collapsed a week earlier, killing a worker (who I believe was removing snow).  Because of the issue with the roof, VT played one game at radford and one game at the Roanoke Civic Center before the Cassell was fixed.

HOKIES return to action on Tuesday night vs winthrop at the Cassell at 7 PM.

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The Week Ahead: Nov. 25 – Dec. 1 (Tuesday vs furman at 7; Friday vs radford at 2)

The Hokies have started the season just as I expected, at least record-wise, with a 3-3 start.  That said, I have been impressed with the Baby Birds (or Jake Squad).  Ben Emelogu is for real, Trevor Thompson should develop into a good low post player (needs to add weight), Devin Wilson had a rough weekend but has shown flashes, and Adam Smith can really light it up offensively when it doesn’t matter.

After playing the #1 team in the nation and a Big East cellar-dwellar (both losses) this past weekend, the schedule gets considerably easier for the next week and a half.  The Hokies play their next three games at home against low tier conference teams (two from the Big South and one from the Southern) before opening ACC play at miami on December 8th.

This week the Hokies host two games at the Cassell, including their neighbors:

  • Tuesday at 7 PM vs furman (2-2) – ESPN3
  • Friday at 2 PM vs radford (3-1) – ESPN3 – Bring your leftover turkey sandwiches!

Stat(s) of the Week:

  • Virginia Tech was 34/63 (54%) on 3-pointers in their 3 games last week, but just 50/124 (40%) inside the arc.
  • The Hokies are shooting a blistering 47% on 3s on the season.
  • Of Tech’s 249 points last week, 41% were via 3s, 40% via 2s, and 19% from the line.
  • The Hokies were -28 combined in turnover margin last week in their 3 games.

Hokie Leaders (through Nov. 17):

  • PPG: Eddie – 18.0 (Emelogu 14.3)
  • Rebounds: Barksdale – 6.0 (Eddie 5.8)
  • Assists: Wilson – 4.7
  • Blocks: van Zegeren – 2.0
  • Steals: Wilson/Raines – 0.7

Hokie Team Stats (through 11/17):

  • PPG: 79.7
  • Opp PPG: 77.2
  • FG%: 44%
  • Opp FG%: 39%
  • 3-Pt%: 47%
  • Opp FG%: 33%
  • FT%: 71%

VT vs the opponents:

  • vs furman: VT 13-12 and 7-4 at home — the two schools haven’t played since 1964
  • vs radford: VT 5-1 with all 6 games at the Cassell — haven’t played since 2005 and VT has won 3 in a row

opponents’ Records This Season:

  • furman: 2-2 (gardner-webb is their lone D1 win with losses to florida golf course by 1 (the same team that made the NCAA run last year) and to college of charleston by 34)
  • radford: 3-1 (lost to gwu by 22, beat chattanooga, brevard (not D1), and binghamton

opponents’ Best Player:

  • furman: sophomore guard Stephen Croone – leads the team in PPG by over 9 (21.0 ppg), leads the team in assists (2.8), leads the team in steals (1.8), and is 2nd in rebounds of active players (5.3).  Also commits 4.3 turnovers per game.
  • radford: junior forward (but just 6’4″) Javonte Green – leads the team in PPG (16.8) and rebounds (7.3).

Things to Watch:

  • furman is not a good 3-point shooting team.  They average just 5 makes (29%) per game and no one has more than 6 made 3s.  furman’s top 4 scorers are all guards.
  • radford has no one taller than 6’8″ and their top 4 scorers are all 6’4″ or shorter – so stopping their guards is the key.
  • The Hokies have had a negative turnover margin in all 6 games, including a combined -28 last week in 3 games.  That has to improve.  VT is not forcing many turnovers, either (just 16 steals on the season).

Prediction:

The Hokies are going 2-0 this week [period]  Anything, while certainly possible, would be an embarrassment. Time to build up some momentum before the conference opener on December 8th, which is at miami (miami lost everybody and is very beatable, so VT needs to steal a game like that if they want to avoid the cellar, but we’ll get to that next week).

No prediction on the VT @ uva football game, or duke @ unc.  I mean, could VT lose 3 games they are double digit favorites in (VT is -13.5 in this one)?  And unc is -5.5 after their 80-20 win over odu.

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seton hall (4-2) 68, HOKIES (3-3) 67

Boxscore

The Hokies choked away the Consolation Game in the Coaches vs Cancer Classic in Brooklyn, losing by just one point (68-67) in a game they easily could have won.  Tech returns home for a game on Tuesday after going 1-3 in the Coaches vs Cancer Classic, including 0-2 in Brooklyn.

Tech led by as many as 10 in the first half and led 61-57 with 1:30 to play, but critical mistakes down the stretch cost Virginia Tech.  Up 61-59 with 51 seconds left, Jarell Eddie shot a ball off the top of the backboard at the end of the shot clock for a turnover.  After seton hall missed 2 free throws, C.J. Barksdale had a chance to put VT firmly in control but missed the front end of a one-and-one, his first free throw miss of the season in 10 attempts.  Fuquan Edwin then hit a 3 to put the pirates up 62-61 with 27 seconds to play.  After another Eddie miss, Edwin nailed two free throws to put the hall up 64-61.  Eddie, a senior, then threw the inbounds pass into the first row on the right sideline, turning the ball back over to the pirates and effectively ending the game (though freshman Ben Emelogu would hit two 3-pointers from about 30-feet each at the end to make the final difference just one point).

This is a very disappointing loss for the Hokies.  seton hall, like VT, was picked to finish last in their conference, the now thinned out Big East.  Tech had every opportunity to win.   This was a match-up of equally paired teams, and Virginia Tech lost.  That, like I said, is disappointing.  You want to beat the teams you are even with. And if Tech wants to avoid another cellar-dweller status in the ACC this season, they have to find ways to win games like this (miami, clemson, and nc state (they lost to historically black nc central the other night) are other likely candidates to finish at the bottom).

THE GOOD:

  • Jarell Eddie (for the first 39 minutes): He had 19 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 blocks.  He was all over the court.  He had 42 for the two games this weekend including 9/17 on 3s.
  • Ben Emelogu: 18 points including 4/5 on 3s, with the last two from Manhattan.  He’s now 16/30 from deep on the season.
  • 3-Point Shooting: VT was 10/19 (53%) from deep tonight.  The problem is their 2 point shooting…

THE BAD:

  • 2-Point Shooting: The Hokies were 13/38 (34%) inside the arc tonight and just 25/72 (35%) for the weekend.  Tech had just 4 points in the paint in the first half tonight and 28 of their 36 first half points were either 3s or free throws.  They must find more of an inside presence.  Raines was in foul trouble tonight (picked up his 4th foul with 19 minutes left) and Barksdale showed flashes, but that’s it.  To be blunt, VT is soft inside.  Raines is Tech’s only physical player, and don’t say it is because they are young — they have a senior, a junior, a redshirt-soph (so 3rd season), a sophomore, and just one freshman inside.  This is just a soft team that gets killed inside.
  • Devin Wilson: He looked good in the first 4 games but he was overmatched this weekend.  Freshman point guards have to take their lumps, and he did in Brooklyn — just 2 total points in the two games though he did have 13 assists and played decent defense.
  • Cadarian Raines: Battled foul trouble as mentioned above and scored just 4 points for the weekend (while committing 7 fouls).  Not what you’d have hoped for from a senior.  Where’s the guy from the last 8 games of two years ago, or the second half of the usc-upstate game?
  • Adam Smith: He had 27 points on Friday, but 24 of those were after VT was down 30.  He had 9 points in the first 10 minutes tonight, but just 2 points in the final 30.  Can this guy score when it matters?

So, after 6 games, my assessment of this team is the young guys are better than I expected (especially Emelogu — I LOVE this guy), Eddie is looking like a big time shooter (but he also did the first month of last season then fell off the map), the other returning players seem to be the exact same guys they were last year, ballhandling and toughness/rebounding seem like issues, and VT still can’t close games.  The results (3-3) are about what I expected, though we’ve looked better than expected doing it.  My thought is still that this is going to be a very rough season with a losing record overall, but I do hold hope we can avoid finishing 15th in the ACC.  I just don’t see us finishing any higher than 13th.

Virginia Tech hosts furman this Tuesday night at 7 PM.

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Highlights from Virginia Tech’s 87-72 win over wvu

True freshman Ben Emelogu, who is a team captain, scored 22 points in yesterday’s big win over west virginia at the Cassell. He hit a huge three-pointer at the buzzer to end the first half to send the Hokies to the break with all the momentum.

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Highlights | #5 nc state 80, #12 HOKIES (13-19) 63

The Virginia Tech Hokies’ season ends with an 80-63 loss to nc state in the First Round of the ACC Tournament.  Erick Green, the ACC Player of the Year, scored 15 points, finishing the season with 801 points (first Hokie to eclipse the 800-mark) and 25.03 ppg to lead the nation.  Tech finishes the season at 13-19.

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Erick Green Highlights | wake forest 90, Hokies 79

Here are some of the game, but mostly Erick Green’s, highlights from wake’s 90-79 win over the Hokies on Sunday.

Erick did move into 10th on the Virginia Tech career scoring list during the game with 1,727 points (passing Ace Custis), set a single season points mark for VT with 786 points (passing Bimbo Coles’s of 1989-90), and tied his career single game high of 35 points.

Marquis Rankin also chipped in a career high 15 points (not shown).

LINK TO VT ALL TIME LEADERS PAGE

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Game Highlights | duke (13-4) 85, HOKIES (4-13) 57

The Virginia Tech Hokies drop their 6th straight game to duke in the last 24 months, falling 85-57 on the road to duke. The blue devils beat Tech by a combined 60 points in two games this season. Erick Green, the nation’s leading scorer, hit his average exactly with 25 points.

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Game Highlights | HOKIES 69, clemson 61

Relive Erick Green’s magical Senior Night over and over again – here are the highlights featuring plenty of the Winchester Rifle, including his standing ovation as he was removed from the game!

Oh, and the Hokies won 69-61 to finish their home schedule at 10-7.  The home team has won 6 straight in this series.

 

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Game Highlights | HOKIES 80, florida state 70

Commentary is back and better than ever!!! BRRRRAHHHH!  Here are the moving pictures from the Hokies victory over the seminoles…

 

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Game Highlights | #6 duke 88, HOKIES 56

Virginia Tech basketball loses their 9th in a row, falling by 32 at home to #6 duke. This was VT’s worst ACC home loss since their inaugural ACC home game on 12/19/2004, a 34-point loss to unc. The Hokies are now in danger of just their second losing home record in the 51-year history of the Cassell (VT started 7-0 at home but are 8-7 now with two games to go).

The nation’s leading scorer, Erick Green, led the Hokies with 22.

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Game Highlights | nc state (7-5) 90, Hokies 86 (2-10) (OT)

The Hokies drop an absolute heartbreaker to the nc state wolfpack 90-86 in overtime in a snowy Raleigh, NC.  Every Tech player gave every ounce of sweat they had, including a miracle missed free throw conversion with 5 seconds left to send the game to overtime (or you could say a brilliantly drawn up play by Coach Johnson).  But in the end, the Hokies couldn’t overcome the wolfpack and the officials:

  • Tech was called for 28 fouls, nc state just 12
  • state shot 43 free throws, VT just 7 (all by Erick Green)

I was really proud of Tech and the effort they gave on the road, and you have to feel for the guys, losing for the 8th straight time in a game they could have won against a NCAA Tournament-bound club.

 

 

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Game Video | Georgia Tech 64, virginia tech 54

The hokies lose their 6th straight ACC game, their longest streak ever since joining the league.  They also lost to a Georgia Tech team that had lost 11 straight ACC road games and 24 of 26 ACC games away from home, and were 0-7 all time in Blacksburg.  To make matters worse, Erick Green had to be helped off the floor after suffering from exhaustion at the end of the game.

 

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Game Highlights | unc (5-3) 72, VT (2-6) 60 (OT)

Hokies fall to 2-6 with a heartbreaking 72-60 loss in overtime at Chapel Hill as Erick Green was held below 20 points (16) for just the second time this season.
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Highlights | #14 miami 73, VT 64

The moving pictures (from when the Comcast Network was kind enough to share them with us) from the tough 73-64 loss to #14 miami.  VT blew a 12-point first half lead and led at the half for the first time in ACC play.

 

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Game Lights | uva 74, VT 58

Here are the ‘lights from the game Thursday, Tech’s third straight loss at the Cassell to the hoos.

Positives: Erick Green had a career high 35 points and 9 rebounds.

 

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2014-2015 Schedule/Results

November

11/14 - Hokies 71, md. eastern shore 46
11/19 - Hokies 73, liberty 63
11/22 - appalachian state 65, Hokies 63
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Cancun Classic
11/25 - n. iowa 73, Hokies 54
11/26 - Hokies 78, miami ohio 63
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11/30 - morgan state | 3pm, ESPN3

December

12/03 - @ penn state | 7:15pm, ESPNU
12/07 - vs. radford | 3pm, ESPN3
12/14 - vs. alabama a&m | 3pm, ESPN3
12/20 - vs. the citadel | 1pm, ESPN3
12/22 - vs. vmi | 7pm, ESPN3
12/27 - vs. presbyterian | 7pm, ESPN3
12/30 - @ west virginia | 2pm, ESPNU

January

01/03 - vs. syracuse | Noon, RSN
01/06 - @ fsu | 7pm, RSN
01/13 - @ louisville | 7pm, RSN
01/18 - @ unc | 6:30pm, ESPNU
01/22 - vs. notre dame | 7pm, RSN
01/25 - vs. uva | 1pm, ACCN
01/27 - vs. pittsburgh | 7pm, ESPNU
01/31 - @ wake forest | 2pm, RSN

February

02/03 - @ syracuse | 9pm, ESPNU
02/07 - vs. fsu | 3pm, ACCN
02/09 - vs. georgia tech | 9pm, ESPNU
02/14 - @ clemson | Noon, RSN
02/18 - @ miami | 7pm, RSN
02/21 - @ nc state | 6pm, ESPN2
02/25 - vs. duke | 9pm, ESPN2
02/28 - @ uva | 4pm, ACCN

March

03/02 - vs. boston college | 9pm, ESPNU
03/07 - vs. miami | Noon, RSN
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ACC Tournament
03/10 - 1st rd.
03/11 - 2nd rd.
03/12 - quarterfinals
03/13 - semifinals
03/14 - championship

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