Our panel on which ACC men's basketball program does the most with the least, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
- 11/25W 77-62
- 11/283W 81-73
- 11/29W 76-58
- 12/3W 64-57
- 12/8L 75-55
- 12/1524W 66-60
- 12/19W 97-57
- 12/21W 84-58
- 12/29W 80-78
- 1/6L 73-71
- 1/10W 77-63
- 1/1219W 74-67
- 1/17W 64-60
- 1/23L 78-60
- 1/27W 62-51
- 1/308W 65-51
- 2/3L 83-72
- 2/6W 80-76
- 2/23L 69-53
- 2/27W 84-46
- 3/11L 81-73
- 3/197L 75-70
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the ACC schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Virginia Tech's Cone to enter transfer portal
- Georgia Tech's Wright named ACC's best player
- Va. Tech-FSU among 3 ACC games postponed
- Louisville-Va. Tech game on Saturday PPD
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
Virginia Tech guard Jalen Cone told ESPN he is planning to enter the transfer portal to "explore some other options."
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.
— Florida is heading to the second round for an eight straight NCAA Tournament appearance — and with arguably its best player on the bench as a de facto assistant coach.
Cade Cunningham, Luka Garza and Gonzaga -- which has three starters in the top 10 -- headline the updated rankings for March Madness.
— Armando Bacot had 17 points and 13 rebounds while sparking a second-half surge that helped North Carolina beat No. 22 Virginia Tech 81-73 in Thursday night's Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament quarterfinals.
Georgia Tech senior Moses Wright has been named the ACC's player of the year by the AP. Virginia Tech's Mike Young was named the conference's coach of the year.
The guys have the unique honor to announce the 2021 ACC Men's Basketball Awards.. The guys announce who won this year’s First, Second, Third Team All ACC along with honorable mentions. Plus they give us the All Freshman team, All Defensive team, and they announce the individual ACC award winners. Plus we visit with Georgia Tech Forward Moses Wright after being named the ACC player of the year. And we speak to Virginia Tech Head Coach Mike Young who was just named the ACC Coach of the year.
— Keve Aluma scored 23 points, Tyrece Radford had 15 and No. 16 Virginia Tech pounded Wake Forest 84-46 on Saturday.
After identifying every league's player of the year candidates, it's time to size up the game's best 2020-21 coaching performances.
— Moses Wright scored 17 of his 26 points in the second half, helping Georgia Tech pull away from No. 16 Virginia Tech for a 69-53 victory Tuesday night.
No. 18 Virginia Tech's trip to No. 16 Florida State is among three more ACC games that have been postponed, the league announced Wednesday.
Louisville's game against No. 18 Virginia Tech on Saturday has been rescheduled for March 3 as the Cardinals continue to adhere to quarantine and contract tracing protocols related to COVID-19.
— Xavier Johnson scored a career-high 32 points and Pittsburgh beat No. 16 Virginia Tech 83-72 on Wednesday night to end a three-game skid.
COVID-19 issues have forced the Seminoles' games against Boston College (Feb. 2), Pittsburgh (Feb. 6) and Virginia Tech (Feb. 9) to be postponed.
ESPN Basketball Analyst Rebecca Lobo makes her debut on the show to preview tonight's big showdown between NC State & Louisville in women's hoops. Plus we visit with Virginia Tech Guard, Hunter Cattoor fresh off their big 65-51 win over #8 Virginia. And does Coach K have Duke coming alive after their big 65-51 win over Clemson.
Virginia Tech Wins the weekend.. VT wrestling beats Duke on Friday & UNC on Saturday, VT Women’s basketball beats UNC 73-69, and the VT men’s team takes down Virginia 65-51. It is their 4th straight win vs AP ranked teams. Plus we look back at the Best from the weekend like Virginia Tech’s Mehki Lewis gets his 26th straight win, Dez Fitzpatrick catch in the Senior bowl, and the Worst from the weekend like what happened to Pitt hoops? Clemson’s lifeless performance against Duke in men’s hoops,