The Cincinnati Bearcats outlasted Virginia Tech as late penalties and questionable coaching decisions cost the Hokies in the Military Bowl. The Hokies fell 35-31 to Cincinnati to finish the season with a losing record for the first time since 1992.
After blowing out UMES 85-40 to end non-conference play, the 10th-ranked Virginia Tech Hokies host Notre Dame to kick off ACC play looking to show why they are more than deserving of their top 10 ranking. Meanwhile, the Fighting Irish
In 2014, legendary coach Frank Beamer and former SEC champion coach Tommy Tuberville squared off in the Military Bowl with Virginia Tech getting the win over Cincinnati to finish the season with a winning record. Four years later, the Hokies
Four years after facing off in the 2014 Military Bowl, Virginia Tech and Cincinnati square off for the second time in the Military Bowl and the fourth time in any bowl game. The Bearcats will be hoping to reach 11
Writer Jackson Pugh goes Inside The Enemy with 5 things to know about the Cincinnati Bearcats before Virginia Tech takes on the Bearcats in the Military Bowl. 1. Controlling the Line of Scrimmage Luke Fickell is doing what Fickell does
Mitchell Mayes has emerged as one of the top offensive tackles in the Mid-Atlantic in the 2020 class with Mayes receiving lots of interest. Much of that interest comes from the ACC with Virginia Tech being among 10 ACC programs