With Virginia center Assane Sene out for the first time after sustaining an ankle injury last week, the Hokies’ attention was placed solely on Scott inside, a gamble that paid off.
He was double- or triple- teamed every time he touched the ball, and his 10 points represent a victory for an opposing defense.
“When you’re struggling to shoot, you’ve got to find ways,” Bennett said. “For us, that’s offensive rebounds, put-backs, getting to the line or maybe transition buckets. And there were a few we left on the table.”
The points both teams left on the table would be enough for a feast.
For the Hokies, though, the unappealing style represented the path to a much-needed victory.
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