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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 a pair of uninspired performances against Boston College and North Carolina, Mike Young and the Hokies are left searching for answers.
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.
3,600-word, 18-play film review of another excellent performance from Virginia Tech's o-line, the defensive tackle double team difference, the Deablo adjustment, and some recognition for unheralded special teamers.
The Hokies racked up 350 rushing yards.
The Hokies look to bounce back from their first loss of 2020 with a primetime bout against Boston College.
The Hokies have all the pieces in place offensively to overcome their defensive struggles and win games. But will the coaches be able to get out of their own way so it can happen?
TKP's favorite gamblers banter over Khalil Herbert's first quarter usage, Justin Fuente's plan at quarterback, and most importantly, uniforms!
Boston College poses a stern test for a Virginia Tech defense looking to bounce back.
It's gut-check time for Landers Nolley and company as Tech drops fifth straight.
The Hokies' 61-56 loss to Boston College wasn't just a resume knock, it was a reminder at just how precarious a path to the NCAA Tournament is.
No, seriously. Can anyone explain who the Hokies are as a football team right now?
Virginia Tech veterans and fresh faces discuss the Boston College loss and look ahead to the Hokies' home opener against Old Dominion.