Friday, May 28, 2010

Is Virginia Tech Finally Learning Its Lesson In Basketball Scheduling?

Virginia Tech has scheduled a road game at Kansas State next year in hopes of bolstering their out of conference schedule.

A weak non-conference schedule has been cited as a big reason why the Hokies failed to make the NCAA Tournament last year when they finished 10-6 in league play good for fourth place.

"It's a long way to travel, but I figure it's a good opponent," said Greenberg,
"We're trying to put together a competitive schedule.

"I thought we put together a good schedule last year, so what do I know?"
Evidently Seth thought that Campbell, UMBC, and Longwood were enough when the Hokies faced the easiest schedule in the ACC.

The K-state game adds to the non-conference slate that features a home game with likely pre season top 5 Purdue.

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