Hey...at least there was progress? Breaking down all the positives, negatives and truly inexplicable things that happened during Virginia Tech's loss to Pitt, how they fit in the bigger picture, and what we could see moving forward.
The return of Malachi Thomas proved to be a big boost to the Virginia Tech running game, but poor run fits doomed the Hokies in their loss to Pitt.
Glimmers of offensive firepower for the Hokies wasn't enough to overcome repeated defensive gaffes. 2,900-word, 9-play film review covering how Kaleb Smith played his way to a career day, the RPO game, and the breakdown of the defensive struggles to contain the run.
The Hokies look to even out their record on the road against the Panthers.
Between hot shooting and attention to detail, Mike Young and the Hokies find themselves surging up the ACC standings.
2,500-word, 11-play film review of the defensive tactics that disrupted Pitt early, how the Panthers offense adapted, while their Tech counterparts couldn't exploit Pitt's weaknesses because of both scheme and execution shortcomings.
Thoughts on the Hokies' back-to-back losses, and everything else really.
With a win the Hokies move to 2-0 in the ACC Coastal.
The Hokies host the Panthers — one of the hottest teams around — in a game that may make or break Tech's season.
Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett has put up gaudy statistics, well above his career averages this season. However, Virginia Tech might have the right mix of defensive strengths to force him back down to earth.
Poor shooting and the inability to stop the Panthers' junior guard led to Virginia Tech’s road demise.
Virginia Tech is back on the road on Wednesday at Pitt on a high from its win over Virginia. What do the Hokies need to do to win their second straight away from Cassell?
Calls for Fuente's job are growing, but the head Hokie says he hasn't listened.
The aftermath of Pitt blasting Virginia Tech.
The Hokies take on Pitt in a clash of 4-4 titans.
TKP’s resident degenerates poke fun at Pat Narduzzi and get rich by betting against the Hokies.
The Hokies must limit tackles for loss to stand a chance of winning against the Panthers.
Near 3,000-word film review of the Hokies' 28-0 blanking of Pitt focused on how the Hokies' d-line disrupted underneath throws and offensive repetition and misdirection facilitated critical gains.
The Hokies pitched back-to-back shutouts.
Pitt was flagged for two false start penalties and scored 0 points.