With a 15-13 record, Virginia Tech has a chance to make the postseason for the first time since 2011. It might require a strong finish, and certainly it would require a winning record, but with a road game at lowly Wake Forest and two home games, the schedule is favorable.
Before we get too deep into this article, I want everyone to pause and be thankful that we’re even having this conversation. We’re Virginia Tech basketball fans. We don’t get to talk about good things very often, so I want everyone to take a moment and reflect. Raise your hand if you thought we’d be having this conversation back in November when Tech lost to Alabama...
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