The Hokies drank their juice and defeated the Orange 78-56.
Virginia Tech walloped Syracuse 78-56 and several records were broken in Cassell along the way.
Virginia Tech opened their ACC play with a stinker in Syracuse, and looks to bounce back against Virginia and Pittsburgh.
The Hokie offense disappears in the Carrier Dome, as Tech falls to Syracuse 68-56.
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The Hokies won't have to confront the weather in the Carrier Dome, just some bad memories of the Big East.
Dino Babers' scheme should give Tech's secondary plenty to worry about in another ACC road clash.
Hokies (12-11, 4-6 ACC) can't hold on up north, fall to the Orange in overtime.
Buzzketball almost pulled off the upset.
The Hokies and Orange rematch in the Carrier Dome tonight at 9:00 PM on ESPNU. Syracuse bested Tech 66-68 in January.
We interrupt your previously scheduled hate week to bring you a little side dish of basketball. The Hokies take on No. 5 Syracuse at the Garden tonight. Here's a preview:
Who: Virginia Tech Hokies (3-0) vs No. 5 Syracuse Orange (4-0)
When: Wednesday, November 23 @ 9:30 p.m.
TV: ESPN2 (Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy, Doris Burke, Andy Katz)
Where: Madison Square Garden (19,544), New York, NY
The Opponent: After years of failing to reach the world’s greatest arena in the postseason NIT, the Hokies advance to MSG with wins over Monmouth and Florida International in this year’s preseason NIT. The prize? A meeting with one of the best teams in the nation, the Syracuse Orange.
Jim Boeheim’s squad has started off the season at 4-0, easily dispatching of Fordham, Albany, Manhattan, and Colgate, all by at least 24 points. The main reason for the success is the offense, as the Orange has scored 90 points in three of its four games. SU is balanced and obviously has a lot of talent and depth that can cause a lot of problems for their opponents.
Here’s a look at their starting lineup: