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After U-Va. win, Hokies last team in?

Just how big was Virginia Tech's win over Virginia on Thursday night? For now, it was the victory that put them into the NCAA tournament.

The Post's Eric Prisbell offered his latest bracket projection, and the Hokies were the final team in the field of 65.

Virginia Tech scored a 76-71 overtime win against the Cavaliers in Charlottesville. It represented the Hokies' first ACC road win and it set them up in solid position.

The Hokies (16-3, 3-2) play at Miami on Sunday against the struggling Hurricanes (15-5, 1-5). It is a very winnable game for Virginia Tech, and a victory would make its conference record 4-2. That means the Hokies could almost ensure a spot in the Big Dance with only a .500 record of their their final 10 regular season games.

By Mark Viera  |  January 29, 2010; 10:27 AM ET
 
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a .500 record in the last 10 games is easier said than done. GT, UNC, Duke, etc. but i have hope! great game last night!

Posted by: bflo | January 29, 2010 11:31 AM | Report abuse

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