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Virginia Tech Left Out of 2011 NCAA Tournament Field

Virginia Tech is heading to a fourth consecutive NIT.

With Richmond's Win, Virginia Tech Should Be In NCAA Tournament

Virginia Tech will likely make the NCAA Tournament as one of the final four teams in the bracket.

Who's In and Who's Out?

One last look at the bubble before Selection Sunday. Who's in and who's out?

Virginia Tech Can Breathe Easier This Selection Sunday

The Hokies are probably in the NCAA Tournament. Saturday's game against Duke will only decide whether or not they have to play a first-round game in Dayton.

Virginia Tech 52, Florida State 51: Hokies Escape by Fractions of a Second

Virginia Tech can probably punch its ticket to the NCAA Tournament with its win over Florida State Friday in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament.

Bubble Rooting Interests, Friday Edition

Friday rooting interests summary for Spartan fans.

Bubble Rooting Interests and Update, Thursday Edition

Thursday rooting guide for Spartan fans and a summary of where the bubble stands as the final conference tournaments tip off.

Should the Bubble Really Matter to Virginia Tech?

The Hokies should not be judged by whether or not they make the NCAA Tournament.

Virginia Tech Basketball Bracketology for March 9

Most projections have the Hokies as one of the final four teams in the bracket.

Bubble Rooting Interests, Wednesday Edition

Wednesday's scoreboard-watching guide for Spartan fans.

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