Thoughts on the Hokies' back-to-back losses, and everything else really.
If ifs and buts were candy and nuts, Saturday night would've been Halloween in Blacksburg. Unfortunately, the Hokies couldn't overcome the leprechaun because both the coaching and players were not good enough to take advantage of a very vulnerable opponent. Breaking it all down in a 16-play, 3,200 word film review.
The Hokies have an opportunity to beat a ranked opponent and build up some momentum before the meat of the ACC schedule.
After a few long weeks, Virginia Tech is set to take on Notre Dame. Here are three reasons the Hokies can hang with the Irish.
Pass havoc — inducing it and avoiding it — might tell the tale when the Hokies host the Fighting Irish.
After subpar performances at Wake Forest and Syracuse, Virginia Tech bounced back in a big way in South Bend without Tyrece Radford. What does this mean for Saturday’s game vs. UVa?
Virginia Tech had no answers for Syracuse's front-court and 2-3 zone that forced its worst shooting performance of the season. How do the Hokies bounce back vs. Notre Dame?
Mike Young was "certain" the Hokies would play better on Sunday against the Fighting Irish, and boy was he right. Virginia Tech was terrific on the boards and on defense in the bounce-back win.
After a tough performance against Louisville on Wednesday, Mike Young said he was "certain" Virginia Tech would play better on Sunday. What's Tech's outlook against a Notre Dame team that is better than its record indicates?
4,700 word, 17-play (!) film analysis of strong alley play, an astute ND d-line, limited Hokies' red zone play calling, and Tech's 3-man rush conundrum.
Thoughts on Virginia Tech's last minute, 20-21 loss at Notre Dame.
The Hokies look to maintain momentum off the bye week and steal another victory in South Bend.
Saturday's game against Notre Dame means nothing. But it could show us almost everything.
Virginia Tech must limit Notre Dame possessions and not give them free ones by way of three-and-outs.
Buzzketball improved to 21-6 (10-5) with a dominant rebounding performance against the Irish.
The Hokies opened ACC play with a rebranded defense and a dangerously effective offense. Film breakdown analyzing how it happened.
The Hokies are 1-0 in the ACC; a considerably large amount of three-point GIFs and dunk plays.
By putting down the Irish, the 10th ranked Hokies showed that they're going to be a problem for the rest of the conference.
1,931 photos and about 10 miles walked over the course of 12 hours in Blacksburg.
2,800-word, 7-play film analysis of alley play and the goal line series that was extremely costly for the Hokies.