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Stats of the Game: miami

  1. VT started 4 for 4 on 3′s with 4 different guys hitting one.  Ended up 6 for 9 at the half and 8 for 16 for the game.
  2. VT started 10 for 10 from the line with 4 different guys going 2 for 2 or better.  12 for 13 for the 1st half and 34 for 42 for the game (81%).
  3. Dowdell had a career high 30 points, 15 from the line.
  4. A.D. MIA no more: A.D. had just 8 points total against md and fsu on just 6 shots.  Against miami he had 16 on 8 shots (4 3′s made) and 2 FT’s.
  5. Plenty of good seats still available: Just 3180 tickets sold, and probably much less than that there.  Easy atmosphere to win on the road.

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Stats of the Game: md

1) VT outrebounded md 32-28. They dominated the glass in the 1st half, but struggled a bit in the 2nd. This was a major focus for VT in their gameplan.
2) Coleman Collins 11 points and 14 boards and 3 blocks.
3) VT only had 1 point in the final 6:24 of regulation (take a knee offense never works – how many leads do we have to almost blow to realize this?)
4) Brick City: VT won despite only shooting 40%; md shot just 36%.
5) Cheick Diakite!!! 4/5 from the floor for 9 points, 3 boards, and 4 blocks!

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Stats of the Game: fsu

1) VT shot 70.8% in the 2nd half
2) VT has scored 47 or more points in 3 of the last 4 halves (47 and 47 vs unc, 23 and 50 vs fsu)
3) Al Thornton had 27 points for fsu, ALL in the 2nd half

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Stat of the Week:

unc scored 17 points in the 1st 4 minutes of the game and 27 points in the last 4 minutes of the game (44 points in 8 minutes). They only scored 44 points in the other 32 minutes.

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