No. 14/13 Virginia (21-5, 12-1 ACC) travels to in-state rival Virginia Tech (9-15, 2-10 ACC) for an ACC game on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Tipoff at Cassell Coliseum (9,847) is set for 9 p.m.

Broadcast Information
The Virginia-Virginia Tech game will be televised by the ACC Network and online at The game will be broadcast on the Virginia Sports Radio Network and Sirius (Channel 108) and XM (Channel 192) satellite radio stations. Live statistics are located on, as well as the Virginia Sports app, which is available free of charge through iTunes. Fans can also follow the game via Twitter at @UVaMensHoops.

Ticket Information
Tickets for the Virginia-Virginia Tech game may be purchased online at

For Openers
• Virginia has won nine straight games and meets Virginia Tech for the second time this season.
• Virginia ranks No. 1 nationally in scoring defense at 55.6 ppg.
• Virginia's 12-1 start in the ACC is its best since starting 12-1 in 1981-82.
• Virginia's 21-5 record is its best through 26 games since 1982-83 (23-3).
• As of Feb. 17, Virginia is second in the ACC at 12-1 and Virginia Tech is tied for 14th at 2-10.

A Win at Virginia Tech Would Give...
• Virginia its first 10-game ACC winning streak since 1981-82.
• Virginia a school-record seven ACC road wins.
• Virginia its first 13-1 start in the ACC since going 13-1 in 1980-81.
• Virginia 13 ACC wins for the second time in school history (13-1 in 1980-81).
• Virginia 10 combined road/neutral wins for the first time since 1994-95 (11).
• Virginia its fifth straight win vs. Virginia Tech.
• Virginia its fourth straight win vs. the Hokies at Cassell Coliseum and second straight two-game regular-season series sweep.

All-Time vs. Virginia Tech
• Virginia is 85-53 all-time vs. Virginia Tech in the series that dates back to 1914-15.
• Head coach Tony Bennett is 6-3 all-time vs. Virginia Tech.
• The Cavaliers are 18-28, including a 5-14 mark at Cassell Coliseum, against the Hokies in Blacksburg.
• The Cavaliers have won four straight games against Virginia Tech, including a 65-45 decision on Jan. 25, and six of the last seven contests in the series.
• Virginia posted a 74-58 win in Blacksburg last season behind Evan Nolte's career-high 18 points.
• Virginia is 4-1 against Virginia Tech in its last five games.

Last Time vs. the Hokies
• Malcolm Brogdon scored 18 points, Joe Harris had 12 and Virginia closed the first half on a 21-6 run and cruised to a 65-45 win over Virginia Tech on Jan. 25.
• London Perrantes added four assists and Justin Anderson had three blocked shots for Virginia.
• Devin Wilson scored 12 to lead the Hokies, who played without Adam Smith.
• Virginia Tech finished with just 14 field goals on 42 attempts (33 percent), including a 3-for-18 showing from 3-point range.