Virginia Tech hoping to cut down turnovers heading into UNC matchup

Only three ACC teams turn it over more than the Hokies’ average of 13.2 per game going into Monday’s home game against No. 15 North Carolina. The turnovers have been turning into transition points for opponents, something the Tar Heels are capable of feasting on. The miscues also cost Tech, the ACC’s top shooting team at 52.1 percent, the chance to score. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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