When looking back in the decade of teams and players that have come through Virginia Tech, it is simply amazing how much talent and athleticism we have been fortunate enough to display on Saturdays in Maroon and Orange. Numerous players have gone on to play in the NFL and have been successful. Ive compiled a list of my recommendations for 1st Team All Decade of Dominance for Virginia Tech. Joe/French- youre input on others that should be on first team would be appreciated. Prehaps BillDozer and/or MSTrawther could put together a highlight video of the players that we could reach a consensus on having a spot on the 1st team.
We have Clemson at USC(e), Georgia at Georgia Tech, Florida State at Florida and Wake at Vandy.
Hopefully we go either 3-2 or 2-2. I don't see Wake winning. I hope this is Clemson's year and it would be nice to see GT beat UGA.
This might be the best team in basketball history if Parker and Hood return next season. Duke picked up another top 25 rated recruit in the 2014 class - bringing in the #1, 4, 14, and 24th rated recruits. If the Hokies could just bring in one of these highly rated players it would make us a middle of the pack program again and fighting for a NCAA bid.
I didn't see a game thread for Maryland - let's have your thoughts, scores, and predictions. GO HOKIES!
2 of our remaining 3 opponents are listed on the USA Today Misery Index. The Terps and LolUVA - and the UVA section is particularly brutal:
After all the games BC has played us close at nooner-kicks, can we move on from the disappointing game against Duke and right the ship with some solid, AA-grade #BCHATE?
I'll start it off.
I get every Falcons game during the season, and I'll watch it until I remember Matt Ryan is THAT GUY that beat us in Thursday night with the ridiculous drive, onside recovery, then hail mary.
For the masochists among us, here's the highlight reel.
The Hokies dropped from 14th to outside looking in, FSU drops to 3rd, Miami at 7, and Clemson 8:
I came across this article on Bleacher Report - and it has some legit points.
As far as I can remember, I have made the VT/Miami game in Blacksburg my annual "must-go-to-game." My first Miami/VT game was November 8, 1997. The most memorable: 1999 when we thrashed them on the way to the NC game. But by far, my favorite game of all time was 2003.