Georgia Tech vs Virginia Tech

Georgia Tech vs Virginia Tech: Live Stream The Virginia Tech Hokies will attempt to stay in command of the ACC Coastal Division when they host persistent nemesis Georgia Tech on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The Hokies can protect sole possession of first place with a victory as they attempt to reach their second ACC title game in the past three seasons,

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Hunt is the founder and CEO of Football Gameplan, which has been supplying analysis of all levels of football since 2007. The former college football running back joined SportsLine in 2016 and has provided his followers with winning seasons in college and pro football.

Hunt is having another solid season with his point-spread picks for SportsLine members and has been especially zeroed in on these programs. Over the past two seasons, Hunt has a record of 7-1 on spread picks involving the Yellow Jackets or Hokies, which includes an amazing 5-0 mark on Georgia Tech.

Just two weeks ago, Hunt advised SportsLine members that Duke’s underrated defense would provide problems for Georgia Tech’s triple-option attack. He recommended backing the Blue Devils, who won outright 28-14, as three-point underdogs. Anyone who followed Hunt’s advice booked an easy winner.

Now, Hunt has scrutinized Yellow Jackets vs. Hokies from every possible angle to reveal a strong point-spread pick that he’s sharing only.

Hunt knows the Yellow Jackets should be in desperation mode as they attempt to finish strong in a season that has been marked by misfortune and inconsistent play. They dropped competitive games against Pittsburgh and South Florida, but have been hampered by a defense that has allowed 49 points twice in ACC play. They also have dealt with crippling injuries to key players on both sides of the ball.

Even so, the Yellow Jackets (3-4) continue to befuddle opponents with their option attack and have scored more than 60 points in their past two wins. They also have dominated this series of late, winning three of the past four and two straight against Virginia Tech.

But that doesn’t mean they will cover again against a Hokies club that has managed to remain in control of the Coastal Division despite losing star quarterback Josh Jackson to a leg injury.

Kansas transfer Ryan Willis has filled in admirably, showing an accurate arm and the ability to make plays with his legs. The Hokies have won two of the three games started by Willis, with the loss coming to playoff contender Notre Dame.

Providence vs Villanova

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Match: Providence vs Villanova

Competition: NCAA men’s basketball

Date: February 13, 2019

Kick-off time: 6:30 pm (US time)

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Providence travel to Villanova on Wednesday. The Wildcats are currently ranked 13, while Providence are outside the rankings. Villanova are looking for a morale-boosting win after a defeat at Marquette last time out.

Providence are a decent enough side, however they are known for being a team who struggle to score heavily. For the record, Villanova claimed a 65-59 road win at Providence back in January.

Friars vs Wildcats

Friars vs Wildcats Live Stream! No. 13 Villanova shakes off loss, eyes sweep of Providence Coming off its first Big East Conference defeat of the season, No. 13 Villanova still is on an upward trend heading into its second matchup with Providence on Wednesday.

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The Wildcats (19-5, 10-1) were edged 66-65 at No. 10 Marquette on Saturday in a marquee matchup that did not disappoint. Villanova got 19 points from Phil Booth and 17 more from Eric Paschall. But like everybody else in Big East play this season, Villanova was burned by 38 points from Markus Howard, the conference’s leading scorer.

“You lose a game like that, you look at a lot of the little things you could have done better,” Villanova head coach Jay Wright said, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. “But that’s what it is. You’ve got to learn from it. But I’m proud of our guys. I’m proud of Eric and Phil’s leadership and the way the team stuck together. We weren’t making shots, and we didn’t let it affect our defense.”

The Wildcats do not figure to see as big of an individual scoring threat on Wednesday. Friars top scorer Alpha Diallo (17 points per game) pours in about eight points per game fewer than Howard.

Diallo is also coming off a 10-point performance — his lowest total since Jan. 5 against Villanova — in a victory Saturday against St. John’s, when he went 3-of-12 from the field. He still found a way to be a factor, though, with a career-high 15 rebounds.

Adding to Villanova’s sense of urgency for getting back on track is that Wednesday’s home game will be followed by three consecutive road games at St. John’s (Madison Square Garden), Georgetown and Xavier.

The Wildcats have defeated each of their next four opponents already, all coming during an 11-game win streak after they opened the season with an 8-4 record. That 8-4 start included head-scratching losses to Furman and Penn, but defeats to Michigan, Kansas and Marquette are nothing to be ashamed about for the defending national champions.

Providence (14-10, 4-7) heads into Wednesday’s game knowing that it will have a different look than the first meeting, a 65-59 defeat to the Wildcats at home. Friars freshman A.J. Reeves (11.1 points per game), who did not play in that game because of a foot injury, is set to go this time. Wildcats freshman Cole Swider, who had 10 points in the first matchup, is out with a fractured bone in his right hand.

Perhaps the biggest difference Villanova will see this time around is the new vibe coming from Providence head coach Ed Cooley. “Today was one of the most joyous coaching games I’ve had in my 13 years as a head coach,” Cooley said after the St. John’s victory, according to the Providence Journal. “I woke up this morning and it’s been an up-and-down year for us. It’s been frustration and it’s been anger but I told the guys, ‘Hey, let’s have some fun. Nobody expects us to do much, so let’s have some fun.'”

Diallo will still be the key, as the Big East’s leading rebounder (8.3 per game) comes off his seventh double-double of the season and the 13th of his career. He also leads Providence with 3.2 assists per game. He has 10 games with at least 20 points this season.

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South Carolina vs Tennessee

South Carolina vs Tennessee: Live Stream No. 1 Tennessee not looking past improving South Carolina On paper, the heavy lifting awaits top-ranked Tennessee. Over their final eight Southeastern Conference games, the Volunteers play ranked teams three times and face seven teams with winning records. A Saturday night visit to No. 5 Kentucky awaits.

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But coach Rick Barnes isn’t concerned that his team will get caught looking ahead to the weekend showdown with the Wildcats when South Carolina invades Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville on Wednesday night.

“I think our guys have so much respect for South Carolina, and they understand where they are right now,” Barnes said Monday. “They have a great respect for our league, and I thought they went out and competed hard against Florida.

“I expect them to understand that today’s preparation is really important and get ready for Wednesday’s game. That’s always what we’ve tried to do, and that’s what I expect from them.”

Tennessee (22-1, 12-0) has won a school-record 18 straight games, dating back to a Thanksgiving weekend overtime loss to Kansas in Brooklyn. The Volunteers made Florida their latest victim Saturday with a 73-61 decision that wasn’t really that close.

Tennessee used 12-2 and 9-0 bursts in the second half to build a margin as high as 16 points in the final eight minutes. Four players scored in double figures, led by 16 points from All-America candidate Grant Williams.

The most encouraging thing about last week’s wins — the Volunteers dumped Missouri 72-60 on Feb. 5 — was improved defense. After a stretch of victories fueled more by offense than lockdown defense, Tennessee got back to its roots. It limited the Gators to three points for more than nine minutes during a dominant stretch, giving it the impetus to pull away.

“We talked long and hard about guarding the ball and spent a lot of time working on that,” Barnes said. “We’ve talked about our ball-screen defense and rebounding. We are going to have to continue to emphasize. It goes back to what I always say — it’s about today. Can we get better today in those areas?”

South Carolina (12-11, 7-3) clearly has gotten better across the board since SEC play started. After entering conference action with a losing record, the Gamecocks now have a winning mark and hold fourth place by themselves. Their latest success occurred Saturday at the expense of Arkansas. Overcoming a 13-point second half deficit, South Carolina dumped the Razorbacks 77-65 in Columbia behind 31 second-half points from freshmen A.J. Lawson and Keyshawn Bryant.

While the duo combined for nine turnovers, they also helped the Gamecocks can 16 of their last 22 shots from the field, as well as 10 of 15 3-pointers. “We didn’t hold our head down about the turnovers,” Bryant said. “It happens.”

The fourth place team in the SEC in mid-February would ordinarily be a lock for an NCAA at-large bid, but South Carolina’s best non-conference win is over Coastal Carolina, ranked 153rd in the new NET rankings.

The Volunteers are the only current top 25 opponent on the Gamecocks’ remaining schedule. If they can pull off the upset and take advantage of a manageable final seven games, South Carolina might sneak its way into the four-letter tournament.

Real Madrid vs Ajax

Ajax has reached the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League for the first time in 13 years, but they’ll have to defeat defending champions Real Madrid over two legs to advance in the competition. Real Madrid has regained their form at an optimal time for coach Santiago Solari, who has steered the team to a run of seven matches unbeaten (their best streak since Zinedine Zidane led the side).

Ajax, meanwhile, has gone in the opposite direction. Erik ten Hag’s team suffered a single competitive defeat between July and January (one loss in 32 matches) but have now lost two of their last three and are suddenly six points off Eredivisie leaders PSV.

The most recent of those was a surprise 1-0 defeat at Heracles on Saturday. Even worse, star midfielder Frenkie de Jong-who will join Barcelona in a £65 million deal this summer-suffered a knock and is now a doubt to face Real, per Sport .

Real have beaten the Godenzonen seven times in their 12 matchups, while Ajax has triumphed on four occasions. But the concern for them is they’ve lost convincingly in each of their last six clashes.

The two teams were drawn against one another in the Champions League group stage for three seasons running from 2010 to 2012. Real won all six meetings both home and away, and only once in those games did Ajax manage to lose by fewer than three goals (Los Blancos boast a 20-2 aggregate record against the Dutch giants in that time).

Ajax is still yet to lose in Europe this season and drew twice with continental heavyweights Bayern Munich during the group stage, but the restored Real will be firm favorites to qualify.

The Eredivisie’s young guns face a huge task in toppling the reigning kings of Europe, but Ajax will look to prove age is simply a number when they host Los Blancos at the Johan Cruyff Arena.

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Dortmund vs Tottenham

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Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs finished runners-up in Group B to Barcelona, with their reward being a knockout test against Bundesliga leaders Dortmund. Lucien Favre’s BVB have blended youth and experience to sit five points clear at the top of the German league, and will test every ounce of Tottenham’s reserves of strength.

Spurs have kept their Premier League title hopes alive with a string of late wins – an impressive feat considering the absence of key duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli – but Dortmund will be a different proposition under the Wembley floodlights.

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Tottenham continue to succeed against the odds. Mauricio Pochettino’s men are well placed in the Premier League and through to the knockout stages of the Champions League, all without spending a penny on transfers in more than a year.

The manager believes the progress of the club in Europe is a “bonus”, having previously indicated that his chief target in the short-term is to establish Spurs as a fixture in the top four domestically. “Champions League for a third year in a row is a bonus,” he said, clearly aware of the limitations of his squad in terms of numbers. “How we are competing in the Premier League and Champions League, to be in the last 16 is a bonus.

“The other day I saw that from the beginning of December that we’re the best team in the Premier League and that speaks very highly of the squad. They are giving their best and I am so proud to be in front of this group of players.”

The run is all the more remarkable given that they have had to cope without star players Harry Kane and Dele Alli, and yet even that has not stopped them from piecing together a four-match winning run in the league since the England striker injured his ankle against the Red Devils.

While that has not hurt Spurs domestically, it may count against them more severely at the top level, with team-mate Lucas Moura having talked up the prolific striker. “I would say he is in the top three strikers in the world,” he told Goal. “He has so much quality, it’s impressive because of his age, he’s still young. He scores a lot, has technique, a lot of power, a good sense of positioning… He’s a complete forward and a great striker.”

With Kane and Alli absent, perhaps the most eye-catching Englishman on display at Wembley will be in the golden strip of the visitors, with 18-year-old Jadon Sancho having exploded with the Bundesliga leaders over the course of the last year. While the former Manchester City youth is being talked up in his homeland, however, in Germany they are trying to keep him in touch with reality.

“I feel a bit of responsibility for keeping him on the ground because I know, now we are here in England, you are world famous for hyping your own players,” team-mate Thomas Delaney admitted.  “He’ll make great things but it takes hard work, it’s taking everything seriously and trusting the process because he’s very young.”

Sancho almost didn’t travel after forgetting his passport for the outbound flight but back on home soil, he will aim to make a big impression as BVB seek to get back to winning ways after successive Bundesliga draws.

Ajax Mmsterdam vs Real Madrid

Ajax vs Real Madrid

Uefa Champions League 2018-19 | Round of 16, first leg

Venue: Johan Cruyff ArenA, Amsterdam

Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Kick-off: 8pm GMT

Real Madrid are seeking a fourth straight Champions League triumph as they kick off their knockout stage defence against Ajax in Amsterdam tonight.

Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo led Real to three straight European Cups from 2016 to 2018, but both Bernabeu legends departed the club last summer before Los Blancos endured a terrible start to the campaign.

Santiago Solari has arrested Real’s slide with some positive results, and a relative lack of pressure and expectation this term could end up working in Real’s favour – but first, they must see off an Ajax side who have scored 72 goals in 20 Eredivisie games, and pushed Bayern Munich all the way in Group E

Ajax vs Real Madrid team news and predicted line-ups Ajax are sweating over the fitness of Frenkie de Jong, who is set to join Barcelona in the summer. The youngster has been carrying a knock but both coach and player are hopeful he will play. Ajax XI: Onana; Mazraoui, De Ligt, Blind, Tagliafico; De Jong, Van de Beek, Schone; Ziyech, Dolberg, Tadic

For Real Madrid, Isco and Marcos Alonso are out while Jesus Vallejo is a doubt. Sergio Ramos is one booking away from missing the second leg. Real Madrid XI: Courtois; Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Reguilón; Modric, Casemiro, Kroos; Bale, Benzema, Vinicius

Expect plenty of goals in Amsterdam. Ajax have scored 15 times in their last four games, but also conceded 11 in the process. Real will certainly feel they can get at least one or two away goals to turn the tie in their favour, but head into this fixture after draining matches against Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Dutch giants Ajax know the Champions League holders are not the force they once were, while Real will also face the prospect of their first knockout tie without Zidane and Ronaldo’s star quality, so the visitors have a mental test to overcome.

The sides have met 12 times in European competition beforehand, with Real winning seven games, Ajax four, and just the one draw. The last time the two sides met was in the 2012-13 Champions League group stages, with Real winning both games 4-1.

Ajax Amsterdam vs Real Madrid

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Los Blancos topped Group G and have been tasked with beating Group E runners-up Ajax, something Bayern Munich couldn’t manage at home or away in the previous round. This is the first time in 13 years that the Godenzonen have qualified for the last 16, while Real haven’t lost a two-legged Champions League knockout fixture since their semi-final clash against Juventus in 2015.

Real coach Santiago Solari has steered Real back on course in recent weeks and will hope to extend their unbeaten run to eight matches in a row, already their best streak since Zinedine Zidane was at the helm.

Date: Wednesday, February 13

Time: 8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET

Venue: Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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TV Info: BT Sports 3 (UK), Univision Deportes (U.S.)

A 3-1 Madrid derby win over rivals Atletico on Saturday provided Real with the perfect backdrop to stage their Champions League revival, having lost their most recent European outing 3-0 at home to CSKA Moscow. That December defeat may have been inconsequential as far as the Group G standings were concerned, although it was Real’s biggest-ever home loss in Europe.

That was one of two defeats Real suffered in the group stage—Ajax went unbeaten in their six Group E matches—as CSKA also beat Los Blancos 1-0 in the Russian capital. Nonetheless, Solari’s men beat AS Roma home and away—their 3-0 home victory came under his predecessor, Julen Lopetegui—and the club shared some of their European highlights this term:

Vinicius Junior played only 118 minutes of Real’s group-stage campaign but has since become a more consistent feature in Solari’s lineup and will hope to make his mark in Amsterdam. His first Champions League appearance came as a substitute against Viktoria Plzen in November, when he assisted Toni Kroos only five minutes after coming on in a 5-0 rout. His profile has only risen since then, but Solari recently called for calm over the 18-year-old, via Omnisport:

Real midfielder Isco has not been favoured by Solari and is still yet to start a league game under the Argentinian. It’s doubtful as to whether he’ll feature in the Netherlands, either, after Real confirmed Isco’s “back and neck pain has been diagnosed as acute dorsalgia & cervicalgia.” Rivals Barcelona recently announced the £65 million signing of Ajax anchor Frenkie de Jong for this summer, but he and full-back Nicolas Tagliafico have been reported as injury concerns for Wednesday, per AS.

If De Jong misses out on the home leg, it means even more pressure falls on the shoulders of Ajax centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, the other of Ajax’s talents pegged for genuine superstardom. His statistics in the first half of the campaign stood out to Statman Dave: Wednesday’s European clash against the defending champions will hand the Netherlands star a test unlike many he’s faced before, and Ajax are hoping to turn the tide against this opponent in particular.

The Eredivisie giants have beaten Real four times in their 12 meetings overall (one draw). However, Los Blancos have won the last six encounters in succession and hammered Ajax 8-2 across two games in their 2011-12 group campaign.

Ajax vs Real Madrid

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Defending champions Real Madrid are back in Champions League action on Wednesday as they travel to the Johan Cruijff ArenA to face Ajax in the last-16 first leg. Buoyed by a sequence of good results in tough matches, Santi Solari’s side will start this encounter as favourites, having negotiated a group that involved Roma, Viktoria Plzen and CSKA Moscow.

Ajax, meanwhile, will be no pushovers, having impressed in Europe in recent seasons and with a clutch of exciting young players eager to prove themselves at the highest level. New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

In the United Kingdom (UK), the game will be broadcast on BT Sport 3 and can Zidane again sits out along with Marcos Llorente, while the rarely-used Isco is missing due to a back complaint.n Karim Benzema missed some training earlier this week but should be included in the starting XI, while Marcelo faces a fight to start ahead of Sergio Reguilon at left-back.

Real Madrid did not play like three-time defending Champions League winners during their Group G campaign prior to Christmas. Twice Los Blancos lost to CSKA Moscow, and while they came good for the big occasion, the level of their form was largely disappointing.

There has been some improvement since then, with the greatest indications that they are picking up a head of steam arriving over the course of the last week. A trip to Barcelona in the Copa del Rey saw them deservedly earn a 1-1 draw, which was followed up by a terrific 3-1 derby win over Atletico Madrid at the weekend.

Following that victory, which came about after goals from Casemiro, Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale, interim head coach Santi Solari talked up his team’s chances of even more European success.

Speaking to UEFA, he said: “Nothing is impossible for Real Madrid.” Despite piecing together a seven-match undefeated run, he is aware how fickle the game can be – particularly at the Bernabeu.

“That’s what this profession is like, in football you have one game and another. Then when you lose it’s terrible, when you win it’s fine,” he told the press on the eve of this match before playing down the two defeats Ajax have suffered in their last three matches.

“I don’t think it’s a bad period for them, I don’t agree. I think they are having a good season. I’ve seen a lot of games and they play well, construct the play well and they have great players. This is football. There is always an opponent and you have to respect them all, just like the teams Ajax have played. “I hope we play a game with a serious performance as we did three days ago, that’s my maximum hope. Football is day-to-day work. All we have to live for is the game tomorrow.”

“At a certain moment, everybody had to leave, including the coach, technical director and chairman. They don’t really bother about a million more or less. “That’s how it works, it’s football. They need you or they don’t. I could have stayed for a couple of years, but, for me, the sporting part was the most important thing.”

At Ajax, meanwhile, up-and-coming stars like Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt have pushed him into the shadows somewhat, but the 35-year-old striker is hopeful they can inspire the Eredivisie side to an upset for the ages.

“If we play like we played earlier this season in the Champions League, we can make it very difficult for Real Madrid,” he added. “But, at first hand, they are the favourites. “We will only be satisfied if we qualify for the next round. It’s more realistic to think they will make it, but that’s not the way we think, because this is our chance to make history.”

Tottenham vs Dortmund

Tottenham vs Dortmund: Live Stream, TV channel, live stream, kick off time and team news for Champions League match Spurs will look to reach the quarter finals of the competition for the first time since 2011 – but the Germans lead the way in the Bundesliga and are also looking to end a poor run of form in Live

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TOTTENHAM welcome Borussia Dortmund to Wembley Stadium in an enticing match-up in the Champions League Last 16.

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Meanwhile, the Germans were quarter-finalists two years ago, having lost to arch-rivals Bayern Munich in the final in 2013. The Borussia Dortmund ace has burst onto the scene this season, coming up with goals and assists on a regular basis – holding a record for the latter better than Lionel Messi and Eden Hazard.

TOTTENHAM welcome Borussia Dortmund in an enticing Champions League Round of 16 first leg tie.

The match marks a return to England for Jadon Sancho, who will play his first match in the country since leaving Manchester City in 2017. He has since become one of the brightest young talents in the game, netting eight goals and adding a further ten assists this season.

And it marks the perfect opportunity for the Bundesliga leaders, with the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Eric Dier all out injured for Spurs. But Dortmund are missing their own talisman in Marco Reus, with veteran right-back Lukasz Piszczek also injured.

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Tottenham have the upper hand in terms of previous meetings between the two sides, having won both group stage matches in the Champions League last season, with Kane and Son Heung-min scored all five goals against the German outfit. But Dortmund’s resurgence this season sees them five points clear of Bayern Munich at the top of Bundesliga, with just three defeats in all competitions.

Spurs will need to wary of their scoring power, after the Germans put four past Atletico Madrid, known for their defensive record, during the group stages. Meanwhile, Tottenham only narrowly scraped into the knockout stages, going through on head-to-head away goals against Inter Milan.