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No. 16 Virginia Tech looks to stay hot vs. Boston College
When Virginia Tech joined the Atlantic Coast Conference in the summer of 2004, some of the old guard doubted the Hokies could ever win a league title.
Judging from what's happened in the first third of the conference schedule, the skeptics could be proved wrong. A 64-60 win at Wake Forest on Sunday boosted the 16th-ranked Hokies to 11-2 overall and 5-1 in the ACC, only a half-game behind Virginia for first place.
And with lowly Boston College (3-10, 1-6) visiting Blacksburg, Va., on Wednesday for a conference contest, followed by road games against two more teams with sub-.500 ACC records, Syracuse and Notre Dame, Virginia Tech appears to be in good shape to add to its stretch of seven wins in eight games.MORE
|Atlantic Coast Standings|
|16 Florida State||5-1||9-2|
|20 Virginia Tech||5-2||11-3|
|North Carolina State||2-4||6-5|
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