The top programs are looking ahead to their expected recruiting needs for 2019. Here's what they're targeting.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 111-79
- 11/12W 132-93
- 11/16L 77-71
- 11/17W 103-79
- 11/21W 99-73
- 11/25W 96-63
- 11/28W 79-55
- 12/2W 83-80
- 12/6W 95-68
- 12/10W 93-40
- 12/168L 93-86
- 12/19W 63-55
- 12/28W 76-59
- 12/31L 68-56
- 1/38L 78-52
- 1/6W 81-67
- 1/10W 83-75
- 1/13L 94-86
- 1/20L 91-82
- 1/2210W 80-69
- 1/27W 80-75
- 1/31W 85-80
- 2/3L 84-75
- 2/7W 85-75
- 2/102W 61-60
- 2/1412L 74-52
- 2/17W 76-56
- 2/2115W 65-58
- 2/24L 75-68
- 2/265W 64-63
- 3/3L 69-68
- 3/7L 71-65
- 3/159L 86-83
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Chris Lykes sank the front end of a one-and-one with three seconds left, and the Miami Hurricanes won their second thriller this week, beating Virginia Tech 69-68 Saturday.
Virginia Tech coach Buzz Williams grabbed a microphone and admonished the school's fans for swearing with 3 minutes, 3 seconds left in the Hokies' 64-63 victory over No. 5 Duke.
Chris Clarke tipped in a missed shot with 4 seconds remaining Monday night, and Virginia Tech stunned No. 5 Duke 64-63.
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Justin Robinson and Kerry Blackshear Jr. scored 14 points each to lift Virginia Tech to a 65-58 victory over No. 15 Clemson on Wednesday night.
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