Red Flags

Talent gaps, the complete absence of a running game, and the first cracks in Virginia Tech's defense all serve as red flags that a long and painful season is in front of the Hokies. Eight-play, 2,700-word film review of the talent and scheme issues that held the Hokies back.

Black Diamond Scrimmage Film Review

Inconsistency in the run game made the pre-West Virginia scrimmage against Wofford closer than needed. Examining two Virginia Tech passing concepts, technique and execution errors holding back the run game, and the emergence of two young d-ends.

Just Like Old Times

With a smothering defense, a ball-control offense, and excellent special teams play, Virginia Tech rekindled the spirit of the Frank Beamer glory days in their win over Boston College.

A Quarterback Mugging: The Defense Shines in a Lane Stadium Shellacking of Boston College

A dominant defensive performance and no offensive mistakes offset another shaky offensive performance in the first win of the Brent Pry era. 2,800-word, 11-play film review analyzing how the defensive scheme and execution pressured BC, Tech's continued run blocking woes, and how misdirection and players just making plays helped the Hokies win the game.

Comedy of Errors

In a game plagued by self-inflicted wounds, Virginia Tech’s shocking loss to Old Dominion is a sobering reminder of how far the program has to go.