Virginia Tech ended their two-game losing streak with a dramatic 20-14 win over Pittsburgh thanks to a goal-line stand to end the game. There were plenty of great performances and big plays yesterday from guys like Reggie Floyd, Greg Stroman,
After a second-straight loss to Georgia Tech last week, Virginia Tech is looking to end their first multi-game losing streak of the Justin Fuente era with a win on Senior Day. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh is looking to spoil the party and
Virginia Tech came up short on Saturday night, falling 28-10 to Miami. The Hurricanes proved to be an underrated team while the Hokies did not have their best game, especially on offense. With that said, here are our takeaways from
Virginia Tech came up short Saturday night, suffering a disappointing 28-10 loss at Miami. The Hokies were outmatched by a Miami team that proved to be better than anyone expected. With the loss, the Hokies were eliminated from ACC Championship contention
Virginia Tech demolished North Carolina 59-7 in what may have been their most dominant performance of the Justin Fuente era. There were plenty of standout performances in this game, but three players stood out to be our Hokies of the Game.
Entering this game, most knew that this was one of the biggest mismatches in the ACC this year. The only concern was that Virginia Tech could possibly overlook UNC with better opponents looming. That clearly wasn’t a problem. #14 Virginia