Virginia Tech rising sophomore Dorian Finney-Smith, a top-25 national recruit last season, intends on transferring out of the program according to multiple reports.The decision comes on the heels of the school replacing former men's basketball coachSeth Greenbergwith first-year coach James Johnson. According to Johnson, Finney-Smith's plan to leave Blacksburg was in the works before the coaching change.Former Hokies assistant coach John Richardson, Finney-Smith's primary recruiter, left Virginia Tech this off-season for a similar job with Old Dominion. Adding the springy 6-foot-8 forward and arguably the most highly regarded recruit in the program's history was a coup for Greenberg.Virginia Tech's overall 2011 classranked among the best nationally by some recruiting sites. Finney-Smith earned a place on the all-ACC freshman team after averaging 6.3 points and seven rebounds per game last season. He recorded a double-double in his first college game (10 points and 16 rebounds against East Tennessee State) and early in the campaign, the Portsmouth native was leading the ACC in rebounding. However, his numbers dipped as the season progressed and struggles offensively kicked in.There are no immediate reports on Finney-Smith's future plans. According to the Washington Post, Finney-Smith originally chose Virginia Tech over Florida and Old Dominion, where his older brother Ben Finney played.
Sometimes when shopping online you could make a mistake and buy a shirt in the wrong size or wrong color. It happens. These fans happened to buy tickets to the wrong college football championship game.
Mixing up the ACC and AAC Championship games seems like it would be pretty easy, and to be honest, I'm surprised it hasn't happened before.
Although, it'll probably be pretty disappointing to miss out on Temple's first conference championship in football since 1967.
Hopefully they enjoy watching two teams they have (probably) zero connection to in Clemson and Virginia Tech, at least the tickets were cheap.
WASHINGTON -- Collin Smith sank a 3-pointer with three seconds to play and a Jaren Sina steal with a second left sealed a 68-67 win for George Washington over South Florida on Saturday.
The Colonials were trailing 67-63 with 46 seconds left to play when Smith was fouled then hit two from the line to pull George Washington to within two, 67-65. Then he sank the winning 3-pointer after getting the assists from Matt Hart to put the Colonials on top 68-67 with three seconds remaining. On the fast break, Sina stole the ball from South Florida's Jahmal McMurray in the final second to preserve the win.
Smith, a freshman, finished with a career-high 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Tyler Cavanaugh added 16 points and five rebounds.
South Florida led 35-32 at the break and was up 61-55 with 6:28 left in the second period.
McMurray led the Bulls (4-3) with 16 points.