Virginia Tech came into the KFC Yum! Center on Saturday afternoon and played like it was quite familiar with the arena. The Hokies connected on 17-of-26 three-point attempts and shot 59 percent from the floor, but it wasn't enough to overcome No. 8 Louisville. The host Cardinals shot over 50 percent from floor, including 55 percent from beyond arc, and received a 26-point performance from Donovan Mitchell for a 94-90 win.
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Mitchell hit 5-of-7 from three-point land to fuel his sixth 20-point performance this season. He also collected five rebounds, handed out a pair of assists and had a steal.
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Point guard Quentin Snider enjoyed his sixth-straight double-figure outing, scoring 19 points, while handing out a game best four assists. Jaylen Johnson added 16 points, his second best scoring effort of the season, while pulling down a team-high eight rebounds.
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Louisville outscored the Hokies 26-3 in second chance points, 34-20 in the paint and 11-5 in points off turnovers.
Louisville improves to 22-5 overall and 10-4 in ACC play.