After beating Virginia for the 14th-straight year in a 10-0 shutout, Virginia Tech rose in both the AP and Coaches Polls. Tonight, the Hokies also jumped in the College Football Playoff’s second-to-last rankings as expected. #Hokies up to 22nd in
After a 10-0 shutout win over their bitter rival Virginia, the Virginia Tech Hokies moved up in both the Amway Coaches Poll and the Associated Press Top 25. #Hokies up to 22nd in the AP Poll this week https://t.co/jImJ5QklKS — The Tech
After beating Pittsburgh 20-14, Virginia Tech returned to the top 25 in both the AP and Coaches Polls. With the Hokies returning to the top 25 in those two polls, most expected that VT would also jump back into the
Virginia Tech ended their two-game losing streak yesterday with a 20-14 victory over Pittsburgh thanks to a goal-line stand at the end of the game. Today, the Hokies were rewarded with a return to the top 25 after a one-week
Virginia Tech lost 28-22 in a hard-fought game Saturday against Georgia Tech in Atlanta. The Hokies have a record of 7-3 and will host Pittsburgh in Lane Stadium this weekend at noon for senior day. Unfortunately, the Hokies dropped out
Virginia Tech suffered a disappointing loss to Miami 28-10 that eliminated the Hokies from ACC Coastal title contention. Miami proved that they were better than everybody thought. Meanwhile, the Hokies dropped a few spots after their loss to the Hurricanes.