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.
The Hokies clinched a trip to the Sweet 16 and it was as gratifying as imagined.
The Hokies knock off Liberty to advance to the Sweet 16. But now that they're there, why not think a little bigger?
Liberty will be more than happy to oblige Virginia Tech and shoot from outside.
Hokies use a hot half to tear apart Saint Louis 66-52, and advance in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007.
Whether or not Saint Louis capitalizes on its three-point opportunities might decide the game.
In a familiar story, the Virginia Tech men's basketball team falls in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, this time to Alabama 86-83.
In-depth preview of the Hokies' matchup with Alabama in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
This is March.
The Buzzketball Crew tells you all you need to know about the Hokies' late night date with the Badgers.
Statistical preview of Thursday night's Virginia Tech-Wisconsin showdown in the NCAA Tournament.
The head Hokie is aiming for a bit more than just a tournament appearance this year.
For the first time since a College World Series appearance in 2008, Virginia Tech softball is headed back to the NCAA Tournament. The Hokies will be part of the Knoxville regional and play UAB in the first round on Friday at 3:30pm. Host Tennessee, ranked 7th nationally, and Miami University (OH) make up the other half of the double-elimination regional.
Tech (40-19, 12-8 ACC) is coming off an impressive run to the ACC Championship, where they knocked off Maryland and top seed North Carolina before falling to Georgia Tech in the Championship game. The Hokies were one of five ACC teams selected on Sunday, joining Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Florida State, and Maryland.
This season has been tremendous for the Hokies, who were picked 6th in the conference before the season but exceeded all expectations, finishing tied for third with Georgia Tech. Tech reached 40 wins for the seventh time in the program's 17-year history and this will be the Hokies' fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Interestingly enough, for the fourth time in those five trips, the Hokies will start their journey in Knoxville. Tech's magical run to the College World Series behind Angela Tincher in 2008 started in Knoxville.