Louisville Basketball vs. Virginia Tech: How to Watch, Betting Odds & Matchup History

Louisville is looking to even up with the Hokies
Louisville v Virginia Tech
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Louisville will take on the Virginia Tech Hokies tonight, and it will be a very important game for the NCAA Tournament hopeful Hokies. However, it will seemingly just be another game for the 8-21 Louisville Cardinals.

Louisville has now lost 5 games in a row, falling to a pitiful 8-21 and 3-15 ACC record. While Virginia Tech has a 16-13 and 8-10 ACC record. The Hokies were on the bubble just a week ago, but after losing to Pitt and Syracuse they have fallen down the ladder quite a bit, but thier win over Wake Forest provided some sparks for thier tourney hopes. While Louisville be looking for any positive momentum for the ending of their season, and possibly the Kenny Payne era.

How Can I Watch/Listen To Louisville vs. Pitt?

  • Date: Wednesday, March 5th
  • Time: 7:00 PM
  • Venue: KFC Yum! Center
  • TV/Streaming: ESPNU, Mike Monaco & Randolph Childress
  • Radio: 93.9 The Ville, Paul Rodgers & Bob Valvano
  • Louisville Record: 8-21 (3-15)
  • Virginia Tech Record: 16-13 (8-10)

Louisville & Virginia Tech Matchup History:

  • All time matchup history: Louisville leads 36-11
  • Home record against Virginia Tech: 19-4
  • Away record against Virginia Tech: 16-5
  • Conference record against Virginia Tech: 8-0
  • Current streak against Virginia Tech: 3 losses
  • Last ten matchups against Virginia Tech: 7-3
  • Louisville has lost 3 in a row against the Hokies after winning 17 straight against VT

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What Are The Betting Odds For Louisville vs. Virginia Tech?

As I currently write this article Louisville is a +7.5 point underdog against Virginia Tech, with the over/under being 152.5. Louisville is also +240 on the moneyline, Duke is -390 on the moneyline.

What Injuries Are Louisville Dealing With?

Dennis Evans, JJ Traynor, Koron Davis, and Hercy Miller are also still listed as out for the rest of the season, while everyone else on the team should be ready to play against Virginia Tech tonight.