The Hokies' second group is giving Justin Fuente some heartburn as the spring nears its end.
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Thoughts on the decision to forgo the spring game, Tech's attempt to backfill coverage via social media, perhaps Burmeister was the best quarterback option all along, and Tech's most important player, err coach.
Observations from attending Hokies' spring practice on Thursday morning.
Tech's OL coach is trying to build depth at the position this spring after some key departures.
Justin Fuente provides his perspective on canceling the spring game.
The Hokies hope to avoid the Covid disruptions that stymied player development last offseason.
The Hokies' new-look defensive staff is still finding its footing, but can lean on plenty of experience.
Just like the Hokies have done all season, Mike Young’s crew bounced back from a loss with a victory, this time on senior day against the Demon Deacons.
New defensive assistants J.C. Price, Jack Tyler hope to maintain some of Tech's connection to the Beamer era.
With some key contributors deciding to return after a Covid-disrupted season, Tech's top assistants are optimistic.
Virginia Tech has to restock the cupboard at offensive line after a myriad of departures affected its experience and depth. Evaluating the film of the center transfer that should ease the Hokies' burden a bit.
The Hokies didn't add any players beyond the early signing period, but Fuente still had plenty of news to share.
Breaking down the film of the former 4-star Clemson signee's film to determine how he fits within Virginia Tech's defensive scheme.
1,900 word, 10-play film evaluation of how Vanderbilt transfer Tae Daley fits within the Virginia Tech defensive scheme.
Is Virginia Tech able and willing to compete with other Power Five football programs?
Despite another disappointing year, Babcock is not asking for substantial changes to the football program.
2,900 word, 13 play film review breaking down how the Hokies adjusted their run game, attacked UVA's deep shell coverage, and how disguised blitzes hit home.
Frame-by-frame highlight reel of the Hokies' 33-15 win over the Hoos.
The Hokies look to salvage what remains of the 2020 season with a victory over in-state rival Virginia.
Virginia Tech has only lost to Virginia six times in the last 28 years, but each time it's signaled the start of something bigger.