The numbers that will tell the Hokies' story in 2016.
Fictional football matchup between the Hokies and Tigers.
The Hokies are strong favorite against the Golden Hurricane. Virginia Tech needs to keep its turnover ratio even to maintain its edge.
Statistics heavily favor the Hokies over the Wahoos. Virginia Tech needs to limit turnovers against the Cavaliers.
Keep a close eye on the Hokies and Tar Heels in third-and-short situations.
Keep an eye on the Hokies' yards per carry in its clash with Georgia Tech.
If the Hokies can pop a few 10-plus-yard gainers on the ground, they have a chance to beat the Eagles.
The Hokies need an efficient yards per play to keep drives alive to have a chance at upsetting the Blue Devils.
Miami has excelled in turnover luck this season, and the Hokies need to at least break even with the Hurricanes in the turnover battle.
If the Hokies can average 13-or-more yards per catch, they stand a good chance to knock off the Wolfpack.
Virginia Tech's running back rotation has been scrutinized.
"Highlight yards" might tell the tale of who wins Hokies–Panthers on Saturday.
If the Hokies can keep it above 5.5 yards per play on offense, Virginia Tech stands a good chance to leave West Lafayette with a win.
How many plays per drive Virginia Tech can muster might be the key to Monday's game.
Over a 50,000 game simulation, the Hokies have almost a 22% chance of a 10-win regular season.
The recent ups and mostly downs of the Hokies' offensive production.
The battle in the trenches and tackles for loss could determine who leaves Lane Stadium with the Commonwealth Cup.
Virginia Tech holds a statistical advantage in the trenches over Wake Forest, so turnover margin could determine Saturday's game.
If Virginia Tech can keep Duke in check on 3rd- and 4th-and-short, the Hokies could pull the upset.
Boston College's average third down distance is the stat that might make or break the Hokies this week.