2009-10 Virginia Tech Basketball: vs. UVa Game Guide and Game Thread

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Virginia Tech Hokies (19-4, 6-3) vs. Virginia Cavaliers (14-7, 5-3)

Time: 8 p.m. EST
Date: Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010
Place: Cassell Coliseum (9,847), Blacksburg, Va.
TV: Raycom HD
Radio: XM 191
Spread: Virginia Tech -6.5

What to Watch: Virginia Tech has won six of its last seven while the Hoos have lost three of their last five ... this game begins a stretch of three games in five days for the Hoos ... the Hokies won the first matchup on Jan. 28, 76-71 in overtime ... Tech overcame a 10-point deficit with with three minutes remaining to win at UVa for the second time in three years ... it will be up to Malcolm Delaney and Terrell Bell to stop UVa's Sylven Landesberg, who scored 18 points in the previous meeting ... Delaney, on the other hand, will need a better night shooting than he had in Charlottesville ... if Delaney can be effective driving to the basket and they can get good games from Jeff Allen, J.T. Thompson and Victor Davila down low, they should be able to win their fourth consecutive game.

Resources: VT Notes | UVa Notes | From Old Virginia

Game Thread: Use the comments section of this post to discuss the game.

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