Breakdown of DE Zion Debose, DE TyJuan Garbutt, LB Dylan Rivers, and other box defenders Virginia Tech may need to rely on this season. Plus notes on Coleman Fox's eye-catching performance.
2,500 word analysis of how QBs Josh Jackson, Ryan Willis, and Hendon Hooker performed in the Hokies' spring game. Plus insight into Tech's wide receiver corps.
2,000-plus word, 10-clip film breakdown of 2018 Hokies linebacker signees Dax Hollifield, Alan Tisdale, and Keshon Artis.
3,000-plus word film breakdown of Hokies signees Quincy Patterson, DeJuan Ellis, Tre Turner, James Mitchell, and Darryle Simmons.
2,500 word, 12-play analysis of Hokies o-line signees: John Harris, Walker Culver, Luke Tenuta, and Christian Darrisaw.
12-play analysis of the Hokies' unexpectedly productive ground game and lapses in the secondary.
10-play, 2,600-plus-word film preview of Virginia Tech vs. Oklahoma State covering the Pokes' lethal pass game, equally impressive run attack, creative defense, and more.
16-play, 2,600-word film study of the struggles and successes of the Hokies' offense on money downs.
3000-word, 14-play film review of the Hokies' 10-0 win over the Hoos.
9-play, 3,100-word analysis of the Hokies' 20-14 win.
3,400-word, 8-play film review of how absence of offensive synergy and defensive breakdowns cost Virginia Tech down in Atlanta.
Film review focused on the Virginia Tech offense's meager 10-point performance against the Hurricanes.
Analyzing the lack of a vertical threat, inconsistent combo blocking, and a sensational defensive performance.
Film review focused on how the Virginia Tech defensive line owned the line of scrimmage against North Carolina.
Film review of BeamerBall, the 4-8 defense's work in the trenches, the Hokies' offensive performance, and a silky rub route for six.
Film analysis from Virginia Tech's 23-10 win over Boston College of the screen series that shook Savoy free, absence of slants and posts, and disguised quarters coverage.
Analyzing the film of the Hokies' road win over the Eagles. Emergence of the Hokies' young wide receivers, Tech's run game woes, and a dominant LPD performance.
Virginia Tech fell to Clemson 17-31. Analysis of back-breaking QB runs, busted coverage, o-line play, and a seemingly perplexing screen call on fourth down.
9-play, 2,800 word Virginia Tech vs. Clemson film preview.
Breaking down the film of Jackson's performance against Old Dominion.