2,500 word, 12-play analysis of Hokies o-line signees: John Harris, Walker Culver, Luke Tenuta, and Christian Darrisaw.
French on the Bench
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.