Virginia Tech closed the book on the 5th (and perhaps final) chapter of Buzzketball.
Topics discussed include: the Hokies' tournament performance thus far, strategies to combat Duke, preview of the matchup, and the elephant in the room.
For the first time since 1967, Virginia Tech basketball is one of the final 16 teams standing in March.
Zion Williamson and Justin Robinson are back in their respective lineups, how will that change the dynamic. Advanced stat analysis of Virginia Tech-Duke, two teams which look to attack differently on each end of the court.
February 26th is an excellent day for the Hokies to play the Blue Devils in basketball.
The 77-72 win over #3 Duke was the most impressive win of the Buzz Williams era at Virginia Tech. But they didn't get here by accident, and we all know it.
The Hokies host the Blue Devils at 7:00 PM, statistical preview of what to expect when the teams take the floor.
4,000-word, 12-play film study examining the Hokies' odd front, zone coverage miscues, "bend", how Ryan Willis impacted the offense, and opportunities for Tech to improve its run game.
Reflecting on a solid team victory by the Hokies after a good night's rest.
The Hokies walloped the Blue Devils in Wallace Wade.
The Hokies dispatch the No. 22 Blue Devils.
The Hokies look to rebound from a nightmarish weekend in the 757 with a road trip at 4-0 Duke.
Virginia Tech travels to Durham for a primetime showdown against Duke.
Virginia Tech faces No. 22 Duke under the lights at Wallace Wade Stadium.
Virginia Tech lost to ODU. Virginia Tech now plays Duke. We will now proceed to fill our empty hearts with parlays, teases, and locks.
March madness started a few days early.
Another way to look at it is the Blue Devils lost.
The Hokies earned a marquee win over the Blue Devils on Big Monday.
Virginia Tech solidified their tournament resume with two wins.
Virginia Tech looks to improve its tournament resume down the stretch.