A beyond the boxscore statistical preview of the Virginia Tech-Florida State football game.
Just when you thought this column couldn't be more degenerate, we double down. Brian and Joey talk gambling, fake gambling, and more gambling for week one.
Thirteen-play film preview of the defensive scheme the Hokies will face on Labor Day night.
Ten-play, near 3,000-word film preview of the Florida State rushing attack.
Vinny Mihota talks injury issues, while the staff won't let Trevon Hill talk at all.
Some quick Urban Meyer thoughts, and an in-depth look at where one wide receiver could line up this fall.
His high school coach provided additional insight into the 2019 Hokies verbal commitment.
They do the "dirty work" and the Hokies can leverage their versatility to win the numbers game. Read some of the possibilities of how in this 2,700 word, 7-play film analysis.
Reflecting on the Maryland scandal, and parsing Bud Foster's remarks on the state of affairs at LB, CB and more.
The TKP staff weighs in on how they think the 2018 season will unfold.
The Hokies picked up a verbal from a hard-hitting 2019 prospect.
The Hokies got their 2020 recruiting class started.
To much less fanfare in year's past, Justin Fuente declared his starting quarterback.
🎙 Block off an hour and twenty minutes and listen.
Logic suggests that redshirt sophomore quarterback Josh Jackson has to take a massive step forward for the Hokies to remain competitive in 2018. But history has shown that the players around him might matter more.
Virginia Tech cornerbacks, safeties, and their coaches talked with the media.
Sizing up Vinny Mihota's move to DT, and the sudden confidence in the offensive line.
Virginia Tech had a hot June on the trail, and a sense of optimism seems to be palpable.
In an exclusive interview with TKP, the head Hokie discusses how he hopes to answer the biggest questions facing the team following a challenging offseason.
Virginia Tech coaches and players discuss preparing for the regular season.