If you'd like some idea of why Georgia Tech struggled against St. John's, here's why in a nutshell: 30 fouls, 20 turnovers, seven shots blocked and of the ones Tech actually got off, only 37% of them went in.
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Nobody from Tech made it into double figures, although on the bright side, Daniel Miller did get 12 boards.
All this despite the fact that Tech got out to a 19-4 lead.
Just a dreadful outing.
Wake's wasn't much better. Tennessee took the Deacs apart, which kind of squashes the momentum built at Atlantis, at least in the short term.
Still, Wake's kids know they can play with Kansas and can handle a school at the level of USC, so maybe we shouldn't read too much into it. Wake's still got a ways to go, but this is not last year's team.
State struggled with Eastern Kentucky before pulling away in the second half. TJ Warren lit up the Colonels for 26 in the second half. He also had 11 rebounds.
Jordan Vandenberg had 14 points and eight boards. Cat Barber seems to have moved firmly into Tyler Lewis's spot, getting 32 minutes to Lewis's 11.
Virginia's win over Missouri State runs the Cavaliers record to 7-1. And consider this: the Cavs are deep enough to bring Justin Anderson and Mike Tobey off the bench. The two combined for 37 point
Pitt's 7-0, but other than Stanford the opponents are pretty lame. We just don't take this very seriously.
The ACC-Big Ten Challenge is coming up this week so we'll get into that Sunday.