Fuente draws some optimism from playing a competitive half against one of the best teams in the country.
2,500-word, 10-play film breakdown of Virginia Tech's success with the inside zone (that Tech didn't go to enough), more predictable offensive play calls, a limp pass attack, and a mixed defensive effort.
The Hokies take on No. 3 Clemson under the lights at Lane Stadium.
TKP’s gambling crew says goodbye to Quincy Patterson, debates how Trevor Lawrence will spend the fourth quarter in Blacksburg, and dives deep into uniform combos.
The formula for an improbable Virginia Tech upset of Clemson.
Justin Hamilton's inconsistent defense faces its toughest challenge yet against the Tigers.
Virginia Tech completed the season sweep of the Tigers and closed out the regular season in Cassell with a 70-58 win.
It's reality check time for Buzzketball.
Virginia Tech solidified their tournament resume with two wins.
Not included: Clemson's second-half free throw makes. 🥓
The Hokies (20-8, 9-6 ACC) top #15 Clemson (20-7, 9-6 ACC) with defense, intensity, and good old fashioned home court advantage.
Virginia Tech looks to improve its tournament resume down the stretch.
Prospects in attendance got a chance to see "the best entrance in college football" at its peak.
Virginia Tech fell to Clemson 17-31. Analysis of back-breaking QB runs, busted coverage, o-line play, and a seemingly perplexing screen call on fourth down.
Putting the Hokies loss to Clemson in perspective after a poor night's rest.
Lane Stadium registered on the seismograph, again.
The Hokies welcome College GameDay back to Blacksburg for a primetime clash with No. 2 Clemson.
Our friends from TigerNet.com lend a helping hand to preview Clemson - Virginia Tech.
Comparing and contrasting the various statistical matchups between the Hokies and Tigers.
9-play, 2,800 word Virginia Tech vs. Clemson film preview.