After taking an early lead, the visiting Morgan State men's basketball team could not stop Virginia Tech guard Adam Smith, who hit six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points in the Hokies' 83-63 victory Sunday. Guard Devin Wilson had 10 points, seven rebounds and 11 assists to help pace Virginia Tech (4-2), which shot 56 percent from the field. Morgan State (1-6) was led by guard Blake Bozeman, who scored 21 points, and forward Cedric Blossom of Columbia, who contributed 15 points and 11 rebounds. The Bears went up 7-4 as Bozeman made a 3-pointer and a jumper. But in a span of 5:14, the Hokies took the lead for good, holding the Bears without a field goal during a 10-1 run highlighted by a 3-pointer by guard Malik Muller and a three-point play by guard Will Johnston. In the second half, Virginia Tech stretched its advantage to 24 points on a 3-pointer by Smith before Morgan State went on a 12-1 run late in the game. The Hokies limited Morgan State to 31.6 percent shooting and had 12 blocked shots, three by forward Shane Henry. The Hokies improved to 8-0 all time against Morgan State and 27-0 against Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference teams.