3.5-Hour Stomach Ache: Hokies' Young Playmakers and New Twists against Boston College

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 Athletics \ Dave Knachel]

Following the Hokies' 23-13 road win over Boston College, Justin Fuente eloquently articulated Virginia Tech's thin margin for error this season.

"Where we're at as a team, every game is going to be a 3.5-hour stomach ache," Fuente said. "That's just the way it's going to be."

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