"In short, there might not be a team in the country that has to go into the final month of the season knowing it must do a little extra to differentiate itself than the Malcolm Delaney-led Hokies. Regardless of whether Virginia Tech is one of the best 34 at-large teams from a visual perspective won't mean much if it cannot separate itself from the rest of the outfits scrambling for the last couple spots."
"Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech: Other than Gary Williams, Seth Greenberg probably coaches "hardest," if that makes sense; during games, he has that maniacal sideline demeanor that at once both terrifies you and makes you laugh. Whether because of it or despite it, his teams have succeeded. The 2007-08 Hokies were an especially surprising bunch, upsetting teams on the road and getting into the NCAA tournament for the first time in over a decade. Still, the Hokies are the Hokies, and it takes more than histrionics and solid strategy to take down the North Carolinas and Dukes of the world. But of the conference's coaches, Greenberg is among its most viscerally impressive."