After getting a big 34-3 win last Saturday in awful conditions against the North Carolina Tar Heels, the Virginia Tech Hokies head north to play inside the Carrier Dome against the Syracuse Orange. The Hokies know that all they need
After the Hokies got to 30th in last week’s edition of the AP Top 25, many fans believed that a win against North Carolina would be all it would take for Virginia Tech to make its return to the top
As the Hokies turn their attention to their first ACC opponent, they’ll look to shake off their two fumble-filled games. Here are my three players to watch on Saturday afternoon as Virginia Tech plays Boston College. Isaiah Ford The first
Buzz Williams and the Virginia Tech Hokies still have one open scholarship spot and with the addition of Tyrie Jackson along with the fact that Seth LeDay will not be able to play next season, expect the Hokies to focus
Coming into the 2016 baseball season, the Virginia Tech Hokies had some big questions around who would step up in the middle of the lineup with leadoff hitter Saige Jenco being the only top offensive player returning for the Hokies.
The Virginia Tech Hokies entered their ACC opener today needing a win after losing two-straight games by an average of over 20 points. The Hokies also lost Chris Clarke before their loss to West Virginia and there were many questions