Yesterday, Virginia Tech hosted their final press conference before their annual Spring Game along with an open practice for students and media. With that said, here are some notable highlights from yesterday’s events. Adonis Alexander Will Miss the Spring Game
Gameday has arrived as Virginia Tech and Old Dominion are ready to face off for the first time. This game has drawn plenty of attention from across the Commonwealth, especially in the 757 where ODU is located, and the Hokies
Well Hokie fans, our beloved team managed to stop those pesky pirates. Stop is probably not a strong enough word, the Hokies destroyed East Carolina 64-17. The Hokies asserted their dominance early in the second half and never looked back.
Adonis Alexander didn’t travel to East Carolina this past week due to a violation of team rules. No timetable was given for when Alexander may return to the field for the Hokies. Today, Bud Foster gave some insight on whether
Virginia Tech had some standout performances on both offense and defense in their thrilling 31-24 victory over West Virginia last night. While there were a few players who had a strong case to win our Hokies of the Game honors,
Virginia Tech held their weekly press conferences over the past two days, headlined by appearances from Justin Fuente and Bud Foster. The main headline was the Hokies releasing their first depth chart of 2017, but that wasn’t the only story. Here are some