Near 3,000 word analysis plus film breakdown of the Hokies' defensive starters, linebacker reserves, with a closer look at the performances of DaShawn Crawford, TyJuan Garbutt, the top corners, and more.
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The Key Play asked Todd Shanesy of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal to share some insight on what to expect from new Head Coach Mike Young.
Topics discussed include: the Hokies' tournament performance thus far, strategies to combat Duke, preview of the matchup, and the elephant in the room.
For the first time since 1967, Virginia Tech basketball is one of the final 16 teams standing in March.
Zion Williamson and Justin Robinson are back in their respective lineups, how will that change the dynamic. Advanced stat analysis of Virginia Tech-Duke, two teams which look to attack differently on each end of the court.
The Hokies knock off Liberty to advance to the Sweet 16. But now that they're there, why not think a little bigger?
This column starts way back, during a time when Buzz Williams didn't have hair.
Hokies lose 73-64 in Tallahassee, but all of their postseason aspirations remain in reach. Thoughts and analysis on the Virginia Tech loss, Blackshear's importance, highlighted in the worst way, and a Justin Robinson theory.
16-play, 3,200-word film analysis of Virginia Tech defensive line signees Josh Fuga, Mario Kendricks, Norell Pollard, and Jaden Cunningham. Understand their immediate strengths, areas of improvement, and potential early contributors.
The Hokies have Power Five competition to beat out for the 2020 defensive back's services.
The Hokies signed one of their best o-line classes ever. The 3,700-word, 19-play film breakdown of all that beef.
A relationship forged with Vance Vice was key for the Hokies in this recruitment.
Both the blue-chip offensive lineman and his high school coach discuss Nester's recruitment and what he brings to the table at Virginia Tech.
2,200 word, 10-play film review and analysis of what the three Hokies JUCO defensive signees bring to the table.
Former Hokies DB, and current Highland Springs HS head coach Loren Johnson lends his perspective on his pupil. Greene discusses Virginia Tech and his recruitment.
Virginia Tech walloped Syracuse 78-56 and several records were broken in Cassell along the way.
The blue-chip in-state target and his assistant coach discuss his competitive drive.
The Hokies welcomed a handful of top prospects to campus to take in a quiet, if cold, Blacksburg.
After a hot start, the Hokies were run out of the Dean Dome by the Tar Heels in a 103-82 loss.
The #9 Hokies used a balanced attack and a strong defensive effort to drop Wake Forest 87-71.