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Virginia Tech gets huge win over Wake Forest

It's no ordinary Wednesday in Blacksburg, so here's some reading to get you caught up on all the Hokie happenings.

Virginia Tech is still basking in the afterglow of its 87-83 win over Wake Forest, which was its biggest game to date and a victory that will look impressive on its NCAA tournament resume.

David Teel of the Newport News Daily Press puts the game into context. He writes: "Many have commented, and will again, on Tech's schedule. Yes, it's been forgiving, and yes, it's partially due to an ACC rotation over which the teams have no control. But say this for the Hokies: They have met most every challenge."

Aaron McFarling of the Roanoke Times writes about how Virginia Tech is truly a team, with star scorers (Malcolm Delaney, Dorenzo Hudson) to humble role players (Terrell Bell, J.T. Thompson). The Hokies come in waves, McFarling writes, like ants raiding a picnic.

By Mark Viera  |  February 17, 2010; 8:55 AM ET
 
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