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Topic - Victor Davila
As the Virginia Tech men's basketball team rode the bus back from Duke last week, after another down-to-the-wire, punch-in-the-gut loss, the only senior to play for the Hokies that night said something to his teammates.
Dennis Clifford scored 15 points and Matt Humphrey added 14 to lead Boston College to its second straight conference win in a 61-59 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday.
A rare nonconference rematch between Virginia Tech and Oklahoma State didn't end up all that different than the first meeting.
Virginia Tech's men's basketball team walked onto the court to start the second half Saturday with a three-point lead over Campbell.
Virginia Tech opened the game with a 12-0 run, got a career-high 24 points from Erick Green and coasted to a 74-57 victory over Maryland on Thursday night.