VMI's high-octane offense producing points and now wins
LEXINGTON, Va. -- The Virginia Military Institute scores 101.9 points per contest, an NBA-caliber average despite the 40-minute college game. Division I's only triple-digit scoring attack is on the verge of leading the country for the third straight season. According to one of the team's two 20-point scorers, VMI's philosophy can be summed up in eight little words.
"Shoot the ball before you turn it over," senior guard Travis Holmes said.
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