Zach LeDay and Seth Allen believe they have laid a foundation at Virginia Tech that has the Hokies' program heading in the right direction.
The seniors were the first building blocks of the men's basketball team that Buzz Williams put in place when here was hired three years ago. Their Virginia Tech careers ended in an 84-74 loss to Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night, but the Hokies showed signs this season that they will likely not wait another 10 years before returning to the big stage.
"Figuratively, those guys have carried a lot of water since they've been here, and for whatever reason, they have never resisted anything that I've asked of them," Williams said Thursday night. "And not because they're good players. They're really, really good kids.