Virginia Tech hopes to right the ship at Rutgers.
After Virginia Tech's loss to Purdue, it's been a rough week for Hokie Nation. Do we all have the emotional bandwidth to see the moments of growth through the pain of a season likely full of losses?
Virginia Tech’s offense continues to languish in historical ineptitude. A closer look reveals that the issue goes deeper than play calling.
Early defensive lapses are too much for a woeful running game to overcome in a loss to Purdue. 10-play, 2,800-word Purdue film review delving into personnel issues on the o-line, quarterback play, and more poor linebacker fits.
The Hokies look for a non-conference Power Five win.
Virginia Tech. Purdue. It's the battle of the mediocres that could kick off the Brent Pry era once and for all.
A look at how Virginia Tech's revamped wide receiver room has made its mark, some concerning run play calling tendencies, and the impact of the new first down clock rule.
Virginia Tech's coaching staff will have plenty of teachable moments this week, but there also was some needed progress in a sloppy win against ODU. Breaking down the tape in an 11-play film analysis.
The HokieBird remains the best.
The second act of the Brent Pry era is upon us.
Brent Pry is tasked with rebuilding Virginia Tech from historical lows. His offseason decisions reflect a conscious effort to get as far away from 2022 as possible.
Thoughts on Grant Wells, Ali Jennings, Tyler Bowen, guaranteed defensive improvement, and a few more mild predictions for the 2023 Hokies football season.
Musings on ESPN's report detailing Virginia Tech football operations during the Justin Fuente era.
Powell brings edge speed, while young defensive tackles look to gain experience for 2024. An 11-play, 1900-word film study of three important pieces along Virginia Tech's defensive front.
A look at which football programs do more with less, the keys to maximizing talent, and the lessons Virginia Tech can learn.
The road back to relevance will be a grind. But after 18 months worth of recruiting, it's becoming clear that Brent Pry has a plan: he wants to raise the floor of his roster.
In part two of a two-part interview with the Virginia Tech football coach, Pry answers questions about hiring James Johnson, beard timing, life advice, and the most almost arrested he's ever been.
In part one of a two-part interview with the Virginia Tech football coach, Pry answers questions about NIL, cultivating relationships in his program, necessary defensive back skills, and his offensive philosophy for 2023.
Despite the lopsided score, the little things on film indicated that the quarterback position is still a close race going into fall camp. 10-play, 2,500-word film review of Grant Wells, Kyron Drones, and Pop Watson's play in Virginia Tech's spring game.
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