Virginia Tech has a starter at quarterback but running back remains a much more cloudier situation that became more cloudy when Justin Fuente said that the Hokies had an “absolutely open” competition at tailback. While Hokie fans may be hoping for
Yesterday, Justin Fuente and the Virginia Tech Hokies opened a portion of practice to the media, giving us a chance to gain a little insight into some of the Hokies’ position battles. While there wasn’t a lot we could learn,
After a breakout 2015 season with 1,043 rushing yards and 5.2 yards per carry, many expected Travon McMillian to become one of the best running backs in the ACC and the nation in the 2016 season. While McMillian struggled some
Entering the spring, one of the biggest questions for the Virginia Tech Hokies was whether one of the running backs would stand out after a season in which no running back really seemed to take control of the starting job.
After the Hokies’ running backs were inconsistent in Justin Fuente’s first year, Virginia Tech is going into Fuente’s second spring with hopes of establishing a more steady stable of running backs. There are officially seven running backs listed on the spring roster,
Entering the 2016 season, expectations were high for Travon McMillian after an impressive 2015 season with 1,042 rushing yards and 7 touchdowns while not becoming the starter until weeks into the season. McMillian didn’t have the best spring, which included