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Seattle vs. Virginia 2012: TV schedule, game time, odds and more

After a convincing win against Montana State, the Redhawks will square off against Virginia on Saturday in a difficult test against an ACC opponent.

Eric Francis

The Seattle Redhawks will travel to ACC country to take on the Virginia Cavaliers on the road at John Paul Jones Arena on Saturday in early-season non-conference action.

Seattle comes into the contest fresh off an 82-72 win against Montana State at home. Their first road contest of the young 2012-13 season figures to be substantial as the Cavaliers are used to a high level of competition within their own conference.

Seattle is led by junior forward Clarence Trent. The 6 ft. 6 swingman from Tacoma scored 18 points on 46 percent shooting from the field. After just one game, the Redhawks are ranked 157th in the nation in field goal percentage as they shot 44 percent as a team against Montana State. They'll try to maintain their momentum on the boards as they grabbed 51 rebounds, putting them 11th in the country in that category. They were adept at sharing the ball, notching 19 assists and rank 37th in scoring with 87 points.