The Hokies look for a bounce back win against the Tar Heels.
There are plenty of examples of rebuilding jobs across college football. Which one should Virginia Tech model theirs after?
A deeper look into the struggles of Virginia Tech’s offensive line, which has proven to be the weakest link in a historically inept offense.
Talent gaps, the complete absence of a running game, and the first cracks in Virginia Tech's defense all serve as red flags that a long and painful season is in front of the Hokies. Eight-play, 2,700-word film review of the talent and scheme issues that held the Hokies back.
Virginia Tech tries to bring the Black Diamond trophy home.
College football is slowly squeezing regional rivalry to death, putting games like Virginia Tech/West Virginia in jeopardy. Let's be mad about it, and enjoy this one while it's here.
With a renewed commitment to the intermediate passing game, Virginia Tech quarterback Grant Wells picked apart the Wofford secondary in a solid, if not unspectacular, win.
Inconsistency in the run game made the pre-West Virginia scrimmage against Wofford closer than needed. Examining two Virginia Tech passing concepts, technique and execution errors holding back the run game, and the emergence of two young d-ends.
The Hokies host the Terriers.
The Hokies have a week to get ready for West Virginia. Here are the three things they need to improve if they want to win.
With a smothering defense, a ball-control offense, and excellent special teams play, Virginia Tech rekindled the spirit of the Frank Beamer glory days in their win over Boston College.
A dominant defensive performance and no offensive mistakes offset another shaky offensive performance in the first win of the Brent Pry era. 2,800-word, 11-play film review analyzing how the defensive scheme and execution pressured BC, Tech's continued run blocking woes, and how misdirection and players just making plays helped the Hokies win the game.
Virginia Tech won its first football game of the season and Brent Pry earned his first win as head coach.
Brent Pry looks for his first Virginia Tech win.
After their loss to ODU, it's clear that Virginia Tech has a lot of growing to do. Both on the field and on the sideline.
In a game plagued by self-inflicted wounds, Virginia Tech’s shocking loss to Old Dominion is a sobering reminder of how far the program has to go.
Gargantuan blunders and abysmal offensive line play offset a sound defensive effort in Brent Pry's debut. 3,900-word and 11-play film review analyzing that plus the scheme execution by the defensive front-seven.
The Brent Pry era of Virginia Tech football starts now.
Evaluating all of the things that should and should not raise your blood pressure over the course of Brent Pry's inaugural season.
Expectations for Virginia Tech football have literally never been lower, and that should be okay with you.