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Virginia Tech Hokies Basketball Tickets

Virginia Tech Hokies Basketball tickets

Virginia Tech Hokies Basketball Schedule

Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Virginia, home of the Virginia Tech Hokies, will be full of excitement this year as the college basketball season gets underway. The Hokies struggled in the ACC last season but begin a new era in the 2014-2015 season under new head coach Buzz Williams and will be looking to make a big move up the conference standings. If all goes according to plan, Virginia Tech could find themselves in the NCAA Tournament in March. Life in the ACC is never easy and the Hokies will definitely have their hands full but they should be more than up for the challenge as they go to battle against many of the best teams in all of college basketball.

Once again Virginia Tech will have tough conference games against the likes of the Duke Blue Devils, the North Carolina Tar Heels, the Virginia Cavaliers, the Syracuse Orange, and more. The addition of the Louisville Cardinals, just one year removed from a National Championship, certainly only adds to the difficulty of emerging from the ACC schedule unscathed. This could well be the year that Virginia Tech begins to turn things around and reestablish themselves as one of the top teams not only in the ACC but in the entire country. Tickets will be selling quickly as the Hokies make their return to prominence and all die hard fans will want to be there right from the start so be sure to get your tickets from StubHub as soon as possible while the best seats are still available.

Virginia Tech Hokies Basketball History

The Virginia Tech Hokies have participated in the NCAA Tournament 8 times and have made one trip to the Sweet Sixteen and the Elite Eight, in 1967. The turn of the 21st Century saw a return to the national spotlight under the guidance of head coach Seth Greenberg when the team was able to score victories against highly ranked teams including Duke, North Carolina, and Wake Forest. The last NCAA Tournament appearance for the Hokies was in 2007 when they lost in the second round to Southern Illinois. The 2013-2014 season was one of disappointment for Virginia Tech as they finished last in the ACC and lost in the first round of the conference tournament to Miami. Everyone involved in the program still has a bad taste in their mouths from last season and are looking to turn things around and hopefully get back to the NCAA Tournament. Virginia Tech is always looking to knock off the ACC powerhouses and have developed a good rivalry with the Virginia Cavaliers since joining the ACC. With the recent additions of Syracuse, Louisville, Pitt, and Notre Dame to the conference you can expect Virginia Tech to have epic contests against these schools as new conference rivalries are forged. It is an exciting time to be a Virginia Tech Hokies basketball fan and thousands of maroon and burnt orange clad Hokies fans will be filling Cassell Coliseum on game days looking to cheer the team on to another big win.

Virginia Tech Basketball Conference

College basketball is virtually synonymous with the ACC and it is never easy for a team to navigate the tough conference schedule. Perennial powerhouses North Carolina and Duke always are staunch competition and with the recent addition of Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Louisville, and Notre Dame to the mix the conference is only getting tougher. Altogether the ACC has won 15 National Championships with North Carolina leading the way with five. Schools from the ACC have reached the Final Four sixty times and are always making a big impact in the Tournament. Playing such a tough regular season schedule annually leaves the teams from the ACC who are selected for the Tournament ready to take on any college in the country and allows for even some of the lower seeds to pull off big time upsets. When it comes to college basketball there is arguably no conference that is historically better or more dominant than the ACC.

The Experience

College basketball is an experience like no other. Featuring some of the best student athletes in the world along with some of the most passionate fans in all of sports, the games have an atmosphere that is unrivaled. When you set foot into Cassel Coliseum Virgina Tech Hokies home basketball game this will all be clear. As the teams set up for opening tip off the fans stand up and vociferously cheer for their alma mater and hometown favorites. The game continues full of back and forth action, big time shots, and clutch defensive stops. Before you know it the clock is winding down in the second half and the two sides are wrapped up in yet another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a player from your favorite team lets loose a shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when Virginia Tech's side erupts after another big win and their fans flow out of the arena in jubilation. Virginia Tech appears to be on an upswing and Hokies fans can sense that there are big things on the horizon as they pile into Cassell Coliseum to get in on all of the excitement.


The Virginia Tech Hokies have retired four number, those of Bimbo Coles, Dell Curry, Ace Custis, and Allan Bristow. Dell Curry is arguably the most well-known former Hokie, partially because he was named the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year in 1994 when he was a sharpshooter for the Charlotte Hornets and partly because the is the father of Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors' superstar. The Hokies have only made it past the second round of the NCAA Tournament once, when they fell one step short of the Final Four, losing to Dayton in the Elite Eight in 1967. The program has had a bit more success in the NIT, having made 12 appearances in the tournament and won it all twice, in 1973 and 1995.

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