Virginia Tech Men’s Basketball Game vs. Pitt Rescheduled For Feb. 7

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Virginia Tech now plays Pitt twice in three days. (Jon Fleming)

On Friday, the ACC announced Virginia Tech men’s basketball’s game vs. Pitt, originally scheduled for Jan. 1, has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 7.

The game was postponed because of COVID-19 issues within the Hokies program. The new date means the Hokies and Panthers will square off twice in the span of three days. Tech plays in Pittsburgh on Saturday, Feb. 5, and Pitt will venture to Blacksburg two days later.

Mike Young & Co. were scheduled to have that week off, so the timing works out well. The rescheduled game falls before the Hokies host Syracuse on Saturday, Feb. 12, and it’ll be the first of four straight home contests in the month of February. Virginia (Monday, Feb. 14) and North Carolina (Saturday, Feb. 19) are the two games at the end of that stretch.

From Virginia Tech’s release, which is embedded below, “tickets purchased/allocated for the previous Jan. 1 sellout vs. Pitt will be honored at the Feb. 7 rescheduled game.”

The game will be at 7 p.m. and televised on the ACC Network. Virginia Tech men’s basketball’s complete schedule can be found here.

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  1. Good news as the experts seem to think Pitt is a very winnable game. Play them twice in a row and get on a little streak.

    1. Hopefully!!! Tech was the far better team last Wednesday but it didn’t show up on the scoreboard. This team has a tendency to play to the level of the competition. Against Duke, until the very end, we played like we were going to get that game. Against NCST, UVA, Dayton and others, we played at their talent level allowing them an opportunity to hang around and win at the end.

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