The Hokies look to bounce back from a disappointing road loss against the Mountaineers.
Virginia Tech left Morgantown with a loss and even more questions. But with most of the season still ahead of the Hokies, can the coaches get out of the way?
After everything that could go wrong went wrong in the first half, the Hokies defense provided a chance to steal a win. The effort was undone by baffling red zone play calling and a lack of audibles that left Tech's most proven playmakers helpless to determine the final outcome.
The Hokies visit Morgantown for the first time since 2005 and seek to retain the Black Diamond Trophy against the Mountaineers.
3,000 word, 17-play film preview examining the importance of Virginia Tech's screen game, WVU's standouts plus scheme, and thoughts on what the Hokies need to do to pull off an all-important road win.
Two weeks of college football can lead to some of the hottest takes. Let's discuss some of the best Hokies related takes ahead of week three.
4,000+ word, 17-play film review examining how MTSU took away Braxton Burmeister's comfort zone in the passing game, wide receiver play that left a lot to be desired, winning the numbers game on the LOS, continued fundamental improvement on defense, and valuable work for inexperienced depth players.
Come and discuss Blue Raiders at Hokies.
Winning the line of scrimmage, a new face, and innovative utilization of personnel drive a dominant defensive performance. A 17-play, 3,600 word film breakdown of the Hokies' winning effort.
The Hokies stifle their border rival — sacks, swats and a woozy Mack Brown.
The Hokies want to go 1-0 to begin the sixth season of the Justin Fuente era.
2,500-word, 8-play film preview detailing an effective UNC defensive wrinkle, personnel analysis, and the importance of forcing the safeties to respect the pass.
13-play, 2,900-word film preview of UNC's offensive personnel to watch out for, scheme analysis of the Heels' productive run/RPO attack, and how the Hokies were influenced out of position in the trenches last season.
With the Hokies three days away from a Friday night tilt against UNC, I examine Tech's most important players, the most likely scenarios involving Justin Fuente and provide final predictions heading into the 2021 season.
2,400-word film audit of what the Hokies' ranks along the defensive side of the trenches need to do jumpstart the defense this season.
2,800-word film breakdown of what to expect from the Hokies' signal caller and the opportunities for him to grow into the offense more.
Are Virginia Tech's best two positional groups on the outside? Is bigger Braxton Burmeister better Braxton Burmeister? Can we really trust Justin Hamilton? All that and more in part one of the 2021 season preview.
A pair of true freshman wideouts — Da'Wain Lofton and Jaylen Jones — have received plenty of hype this offseason. Breaking down how they can supplement the Hokies' receiving corps.
With Texas and Oklahoma headed to the SEC, college football as we know it will change forever. So what are the best possible ways for this to shake out for Virginia Tech? (Spoiler: it's not waiting around for Notre Dame.)
Breaking down the blue-chip running back's film while also evaluating and analyzing how he fits in the Hokies' scheme.