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Days after gazing elimination in the face against No. 9 seed UCF before emerging victorious, No. 1 general seed Duke will be tested again on Friday in the Sweet 16 versus a group that has already beat it when this season: Virginia Tech
The Hokies beat Duke in the routine season as the Blue Devils lacked the services of Zion Williamson, who at the time was recovering from a knee injury, but they are available in knowing they have actually beaten this team when before. Doing so once again from a schematics standpoint isn’t an unreasonable result, especially with necessary veteran Justin Robinson back for this video game. He, like Williamson, missed their routine season contest.
A win on Friday night would put the Hokies in the Elite 8 for the very first time considering that 1967.
CBS Sports will be with you throughout the game on Friday night from Washington D.C., with our live blog below. If you are having problem seeing the blog site, please click on this link
- When: Friday at 9: 45 p.m. ET
- Where: Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.
- TV: CBS
- Live stream: March Insanity Live and fuboTV(pursue complimentary)
Duke vs. Virginia Tech live updates
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