Everything about Virginia Tech's 43-41 defeat of North Carolina was tight.
The Hokies seemingly turned a corner after a season and a month of turmoil. But as the team gains steam, it will force other hard questions.
Break down of early Virginia Tech defensive gaffes, a well conceived and executed screen series, and a "Manball" mashing from the Hokies' offensive line and tight ends.
This edition of GIFTORY goes harder than the Hokies in six overtimes.
There was not a seventh overtime.
The Hokies and Heels square off in a key Coastal Division clash.
As the Hokies try to extend the bowl streak, which games should make you most nervous for the rest of the 2019 season.
Preview of the Hokies' high-stakes matchup with North Carolina.
Hendon Hooker stressing the North Carolina defense on the ground and through the air might be enough of a difference to tip the game in the Hokies' favor.
Fourteen-play, 3,000-plus word film review breaking down new offensive scheme twists, o-line fundamentals, defending the five-wide attack, Hendon Hooker's growth, and some uninspired play.
The Hokies look to build on a season-saving victory in South Beach and move to 4-2 against a struggling Rhode Island squad.
Back-and-forth discussion of Virginia Tech-Rhode Island.
Only some of this is true, learn more about Virginia Tech football's upcoming opponent: Rhode Island.
After a thrilling win in Coral Gables, dissecting the real and fake narratives of a regular season about to hit its midpoint.
Monster 4,300-word, 20-clip film review analyzing improved play from the second-year DBs, red alerts in the run game, Hooker's impact on the rush attack, a Bryan Hudson spotlight, boundary breakdowns, adjustments to Hooker and bonus pass rush technique breakdown.
It's an extra-large edition of GIFTORY.
The Hokies look to recover from the program's worst home loss in four decades on the road at Miami.
The boys fade Fuente, preview Miami and reminisce on happier times in this week's edition of Halfwits.
Virginia Tech will need the ball to bounce its way in order to knock off significant favorite Miami.
The Hokies lost to Duke in all four quarters on Friday. But their biggest L might have come at halftime.