Virginia Tech’s game at No. 22 Duke this past weekend exceeded expectations, as the Hokies beat the ranked Blue Devils 31-14 in Durham. Coach Justin Fuente took the podium on Monday to speak about preparation for No. 6 Notre Dame
Virginia Tech made a statement to open their season with a 24-3 win on the road at soon-to-be previously ranked Florida State. The Hokies’ defense put together one of their best performances of the past few years despite the fact
Virginia Tech is preparing to head down to Tallahassee as the Hokies and Florida State are starting to make their final preparations for their primetime Labor Day showdown. This game is full of interesting matchups for various reasons whether it’s
Gameday is almost here as Virginia Tech looks to finish their season with a big bowl win that can give them some extra momentum going into the offense. Meanwhile, Oklahoma State is looking to send off star senior QB Mason
Virginia Tech suffered a second-straight loss Saturday for the first time in the Justin Fuente era, losing 28-22 at Georgia Tech. With that said, here are our takeaways from the Hokies’ loss to Georgia Tech. 1. Risky Coaching Decisions and Play
Virginia Tech suffered their first upset loss of the season at Georgia Tech 28-22. It was far from a perfect game for the Hokies, but there were plenty of quality performances on both sides of the football in this game.