11-play, 2,700-word film review examining DJ Harvey's first meaningful snaps and how he projects in Brent Pry's system, and which players showed as a potential fit for the Hokies' rumored power spread offensive scheme.
2021 Football Season
The Hokies must limit an effective Maryland pass attack and hope their reworked offense answers on the scoreboard.
Back to basics running the football with just enough vertical shots, a defensive coaching adjustment, and the persistent positivity of interim head coach JC Price overcame copious play-calling dumbassery in another Commonwealth Cup victory for Virginia Tech.
A Thanksgiving weekend tradition: Hokies beat the Hoos to retain the Cup.
On the line this afternoon for the Hokies: bowl eligibility and the Commonwealth Cup.
The Hokies need to limit Virginia's opportunities on offense — this is certainly an opportune week for Tech's run attack to run the clock and crank out yards.
2,600-word, 11-play film review breaking down Virginia Tech's costly coverage calls, how the run game succeeded and was abandoned, and the young bright spots.
The JC Price era begins.
Freshman quarterback Tyler Van Dyke has injected life into the Hurricanes, but how has he performed relative to competition? Analyzing a tough Virginia Tech road test to handle a Miami squad statistically better on both sides of the ball.
Virginia Tech parted ways with Justin Fuente. But as they search for a new football coach, what can the next head man learn from the past six seasons?
A pair of freshman o-linemen impress, Pene displays upside in the trenches, King's cuts and attitude runs, and more in this 9-play, 2,500-word film review.
The Hokies dispatched the Blue Devils and kept their bowl hopes alive.
The Hokies' hopes of bowl eligibility hangs by a thread.
The Hokies need a win to have any reasonable shot at bowl eligibility.
Virginia Tech's loss to Boston College made bad things worse, and left fans with one sinking realization — it may only get worse from here.
Examining a couple of plays that tell a long story about the current state of Virginia Tech football, and looking at the film to identify any potential solutions for the future.
The Hokies seek another win towards bowl eligibility.
Don't expect an air assault on Friday night. A low scoring affair stands to be determined by whichever team can run the ball more efficiently.
With four games to go, what's too positive an outlook for the rest of the way? And how would a theoretical opening in Blacksburg stack up against some other coaching searches across the country? And who's Whit's football Mike Young?
Film review of the Hokies' attitude runs, costly smoke and mirrors in the red zone, passing game baby steps, Alan Tisdale's improved play, and scheming Amare Barno free.