It’s Hate Week, but TKP’s resident degenerates aren’t feeling overly confident that the Commonwealth Cup returns home to Blacksburg.
Documents released via Virginia's open records law provide a window into the chaotic run-up to the postponement.
Evaluating the early returns of Virginia Tech's basketball season. Through four games, who's up, down and holding.
Examining the Hokies' 4-0 start, Wabissa Bede's court growth, Virginia Tech's transfer portal wins and a watch on the freshman.
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.
Let's fix the glitch.
Laying out how Virginia Tech football wound up in its current situation, the money question(s), and the allure of the Hokies' head coaching position.
The "it" factor, Mike Young, culture, and a thrilling, overtime Virginia Tech win.
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.
What gives programs the final nudge to part with their coach? And does Virginia Tech see anything to give them that nudge come December?
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.
Tight play calling and poor execution wasted a good defensive effort against Miami. 3,000-word, 14-play breakdown of defensive growth, lack of Mitchell Effect, momentum killers and predictable play calls.