Buzzketball Not Ready For Prime Time

Tech is throttled at the hands of the Hoos in Charlottesville. But what can they do to bounce back?

[Mark Umansky]

I decided to wash some dishes at halftime of the Virginia Tech basketball team's game against Virginia in Charlottesville. And while washing said dishes, I cut my finger with a knife (asking for new, sharp knives as a wedding present was bound to come back to haunt me at some point.)

It wasn't one of those quick cuts that you hardly notice until you look down. Nope, I could feel each serration slowly snag its way through the skin on my finger, making a deep, painful slice that I knew wouldn't go away quickly.

Why do I bring that up?

Because it was the best part of my night.

The Hokies went into John Paul Jones Arena and were promptly shoved into a cannon and shot out of the building.

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