13-play, 3,000-plus word film review of Virginia Tech's 64-17 win over East Carolina. Skill position blocking, Tech's pop pass series, and coverage adjustments are all analyzed.
The Hokies went on the road and plundered the Pirates.
Two Virginia Tech defenders popped off the film of the Hokies' 27-0 win over Delaware.
Film review of Virginia Tech's 303 yard, two touchdown offensive performance.
Wrapping up the four-part series with a look at how the Hokies leverage play-action, as well as an eye on what Josh Jackson needs to do to be successful.
Film review of how the Hokies' offense out-schemed the Mountaineer's defense.
Virginia Tech needs to limit the Mountaineers success with RPOs.
With a 3-man d-line the Mountaineers load the box and force offenses to account for their speed and defenders at every turn.
The Mountaineers bring the blitz early and often. The Hokies will have to figure out how to exploit such a high risk defense.
What are the common skills among OL prospects the Hokies are targeting. Film review to see how John Harris and Jordan McFadden stack up.
Analysis of the Hokies' short pass attack, screens, and Run Pass Options.
The QB evens out the box and is an integral component to the Hokies' run game.
How Virginia Tech's backup DEs performed in the spring game. Film analysis of incoming freshman defensive end Zion DeBose, and why he must crack Virginia Tech's two-deep.
Analyzing the Hokies' ground game throughout the 2016 football season.
Virginia Tech landed a stud 4-star WR. Recapping the role of the X in Tech's offense, and a film study for how Turner fits.
Breaking down how Josh Jackson, Hendon Hooker, A.J. Bush, and the backup inside linebackers performed.
It was mixed results for Tech's o-line in the spring game.
The Hokies signed four LBs in 2017. What does the film say about Rayshard Ashby, Dylan Rivers, Rico Kearney, and Jaylen Griffin.
Virginia Tech signed two running backs in its 2017 recruiting class, film review of what each brings to Virginia Tech's offense.
Comparing, contrasting, and analyzing Hendon Hooker, Josh Jackson, and A.J. Bush's film as they compete for the Hokies' No. 1 QB job this spring.