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Free Pick for Wednesday Night: #638 Virginia Tech +1.5 over Maryland 6:15 PM CT

Virginia Tech has gone from 5-0 to 5-2 taking back-to-back losses last week in Brooklyn. The Hokies played competitively with Memphis and Xavier, including losing Friday to the Musketeers by only one point. Mike Young’s third season in Blacksburg could provide strong returns and so far this team has top 35 offensive and defensive efficiency rankings. Few teams are better from 3-point range on both sides of the ball and Young’s offense that was perfected in a long successful run at Wofford is one of the best at creating quality looks from long range. Virginia Tech also has strong turnover numbers and will be a threat to get in the win column tonight for the ACC, even with an overwhelming 6-2 lead for the Big Ten in this event. Maryland is also 5-2 and has more quality in the win column than Virginia Tech beating top 150 teams Vermont, Hofstra, and Richmond. The losses are worse for Mark Turgeon’s team however including losing at home to George Mason. A bit of a flat showing coming off last week’s trip to the Bahamas would not be a surprise for Maryland, particularly with the Big Ten opener and a national showcase game with Florida coming up in the next several days. Maryland is just a 29 percent 3-point shooting team this season and this is an unproven group with Eric Ayala joined by two transfers as the key contributors on this team. Maryland did win a game in the NCAA Tournament last season, but the Terrapins had six home losses last season as College Park did not offer a great edge and the team’s biggest wins over Wisconsin and Illinois were early season road wins. Maryland has played at a much faster tempo so far this season even while being a dramatically worse shooting team than last season and this is not a pairing the Terrapins want to get involved in a shooting contest with the Hokies connecting at 40 percent from 3-point range so far this season. Off back-to-back tough losses, Virginia Tech should be poised for a strong showing Wednesday night while catching an underdog price that would not have been expected a few weeks ago.