Thus far Bud Foster's successor has had an up-and-down year in his first season as defensive coordinator.
2,900-word, 11-play film review! How the Hokies leveraged an extra defender in the box and maximized Alan Tisdale's speed. Plus a look at a few costly defensive busts, analysis of how Tech beat soft coverage through the air, and a breakdown of the dagger run.
The Hokies beat the Cardinals on the road — towel spinning, broken ankles, flops and more.
The Hokies look to rebound from a disappointing loss to Wake Forest against a dangerous Louisville team.
Whichever team has a better result running the ball/and stopping the run figures to help decide Virginia Tech's road trip at Louisville.
There's no reason to overreact to one loss. But what happens when those losses start to become a trend?
The Halfwits crew is sad and defeated after a momentum killing loss to Wake, but the gambling must go on!
A well-researched and completely factual history of Louisville ahead of its matchup with Virginia Tech.
The Hokies are searching for ways to wash away the taste of a demoralizing loss to Wake Forest.
Virginia Tech's road trip to Wake Forest wasn't a piece of cake. 12-play, 2,800-word film breakdown of how Wake slowed the Hokies' run game, Tech's defensive lapses, plus a look at a defensive player who took the "next step".
The Hokies' high-powered offense makes the trek down to Winston-Salem looking for their fourth victory of the year.
It's one part power rankings, one part ACC Network-level infomercial. Aka it's the most #goacc column ever written.
Breaking down Virginia Tech's outlook against Wake Forest, the Hokies' extremely efficient offense and the statistical factors for a Tech win.
TKP's resident degenerates are back for another week, basking in the glory of a Tech offense that can finally run the football.
3,600-word, 18-play film review of another excellent performance from Virginia Tech's o-line, the defensive tackle double team difference, the Deablo adjustment, and some recognition for unheralded special teamers.
The Hokies racked up 350 rushing yards.
The Hokies look to bounce back from their first loss of 2020 with a primetime bout against Boston College.
The Hokies have all the pieces in place offensively to overcome their defensive struggles and win games. But will the coaches be able to get out of their own way so it can happen?
TKP's favorite gamblers banter over Khalil Herbert's first quarter usage, Justin Fuente's plan at quarterback, and most importantly, uniforms!
Boston College poses a stern test for a Virginia Tech defense looking to bounce back.