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Live-blogging the Hokies-Hurricanes game

A storm bombarded the southern half of Virginia with reportedly six to 12 inches of snow this weekend, so I was unable to travel to the Virginia Tech-Miami basketball game because my flight out of Roanoke on Saturday was canceled.

The game represents another important step in the Hokies' Atlantic Coast Conference schedule. With a win, Virginia Tech (16-3, 3-2) would be sitting pretty; it would seemingly need to have a record of only .500 in its remaining 10 games to make the NCAA tournament. The struggling Hurricanes (15-5, 1-5) have lost four in a row.

Because I was unable to make the trip and cover the game on-site in Coral Gables, I'm going to live-blog the game while watching it on television from my apartment in Blacksburg.

Rather than spitting out the play-by-play, I'll aim to provide analysis and whatever insight I've gleaned from spending time around Coach Seth Greenberg and his team. I'll also answer any readers' questions that come up in the course of the game; you can post in the comment section below. I hope you'll join me for the 1 p.m. tip-off.

By Mark Viera  |  January 31, 2010; 12:00 PM ET
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