Searching for Answers to Explain Virginia Tech's Offensive Struggles

12-play, 2,800-word film study examining the Hokies' offensive woes against the Eagles. Tackling Brad Cornelsen's play calling, execution errors, third quarter blunders, and the road ahead.

Since the Hokies dropped a 31-21 decision to Boston College on Saturday, there has been heated debate amongst the Virginia Tech fanbase about the play-calling of offensive coordinator Brad Cornelsen. Justin Fuente chimed in on the topic following the loss.

"Boston College made a decision about maybe halfway through the second quarter, end of the second half, to stop blitzing, stop moving, and to play base defense two-high," said Fuente. "We came out in the second half and tried to run the ball into it, and did not run the ball well. There's your adjustments."

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