Friday, February 22, 2008

HISTORY: FIRST ACC BASKETBALL "RAIN OUT"

The good news for the Wahoos is they didn’t lose yet another road game.

The good news for the Yellow Jackets is it appears the school actually cares about the safety of its students and its athletes.

Last night’s game between the two was postponed due to a leak in the Alexander Memorial Coliseum roof. TheAcc.com described the move as “a precautionary measure for the safety of the student-athletes.”

The two schools will determine a make-up date in the near future.

The Cavs have a little history with such things. A few year's back during an ACC/BIG 10 (not a) Challenge game at the Richmond Coliseum was stopped due to a slippery floor caused by condensation from the hockey ice under the basketball court.

That game v. Michigan State was not made-up. Had it been, no matter which Big 10 team it was, the Hoos would have won because the ACC OWNS the Big 10. (At least for now.)

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