Boston College Vs. Virginia Tech Score Update: BC Up 29-27 At Half

Jordan Daniels made a floater as time expired in the first half, giving the Boston College Eagles a 29-27 lead over the Virginia Tech Hokies in their third Atlantic Coast Conference game of the season on Saturday in Chestnut Hill, MA.

Daniels finished the half with eight points on 3-of-4 shooting and had one assist for Boston College, which sank 11-of-23 field goals in the half to shoot 47.8 percent. Dennis Clifford and Ryan Anderson each scored six points and Matt Humphrey added four points and three rebounds for the Eagles, who made 3-of-8 threes and 4-of-9 free throws in the opening half.

Victor Davilla led all scorers with 10 points and Dorenzo Hudson added nine first-half points for Virginia Tech, which has made 10-of-25 buckets to shoot 40.0 percent. Cadarian Raines scored five points off the bench for the Hokies.



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