Over at Dear Old U.Va., Ben takes a very interesting look at Virginia's offense, and asks if they are headed in the wrong direction. I agree with his general observation that sample sizes are too small to draw any grand conclusions. The problem Tony Bennett's squad is facing is that they really don't have very many legitimate ACC weapons in the offensive fold. Sylven Landesberg is a stud, and Mike Scott is a good low-post threat, and several others complement those two...but it's tough to win in this conference without more serious threats.
That said, the team is efficient, they handle the ball well and take good shots. That goes a long way. Just ask Bob Knight, whose teams relied on just those offensive principles for years.
Can't wait for the Hokies tomorrow!