De’Andre Hunter scored 21 points and Ty Jerome had 14 and a career-high 12 assists as No. 4 Virginia started fast and routed No. 9 Virginia Tech 81-59 in the first meeting of the programs in which both were ranked in the top 10.
The Virginia squads all have reasons to move on from last year, though some are hoping to build off what they accomplished, while others would rather put the past away.
The ACC provides a stern challenge for both teams from the Commonwealth, but the difference in the schedules facing Virginia and Virginia Tech may dictate each team’s success.
Virginia and Virginia Tech share a state, but not much else in either the recent history or direction of their programs.
WASHINGTON– Louisville has been a Final Four fixture under coach Rick Pitino, even winning the National Championship in 2013. This winter the Cardinals are off to an 18-4 start and are 7-2 in the ACC, but…
WASHINGTON — Charlottesville and Blacksburg lie roughly 150 miles away from one another, but the two cities’ local men’s college basketball programs couldn’t be further apart as we enter the 2015-16 season. The programs remain on opposite…
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