Posted November 02, 2012 on
Below is the player personnel report from the Virginia Tech game.
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Frank Beamer is used to coaching big games. In fact, it's what he looks forward to.
Luckily for him, Virginia Tech has two coming up: back-to-back Thursday night games against Miami and Florida State.
The Hokies' clash against the Hurricanes brings together the two most successful Thursday night teams in the conference, with Miami coming in at 15-3 compared to the Hokies...
Thursday, Nov. 1
Virginia Tech (4-4, 2-2) at Miami (4-4, 3-2)
Where:Miami Gardens, Fla., Sun Life Stadium (74,916)
The blitz:Two teams that had bigger plans do battle on the national stage, and the winner likely will be the team that makes the fewest mistakes. Even though the Hokies have not been anywhere close to their usual selves, they have a significant edge...
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Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern
Network: ESPN (Thur)
This is a crucial game on a weekday thanks to the uncertainty of the ACC these days. While Florida State and Clemson are dominant, only one of them can come out of the Atlantic Division to take...
The Hurricanes defeated Virginia Tech Thursday night by the score of 30-12, keeping their ACC title hopes alive.
Stephen Morris threw for two early touchdowns, both set up by
Virginia Tech special-teams miscues, and Miami took a step forward
in the chase for the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division
title by beating the Hokies 30-12 on Thursday night.
The Hurricanes (5-4) defeated Virginia Tech today by the score of 30-12. Read on to get CanesTime's Mike Bakas' take on Miami's offensive performance in the game.
Shayon Green knows what it takes to beat Virginia Tech's offense. Last time the teams faced off Logan Thomas ran 19 yards for a game winning touchdown, but Green is positive that the Canes won’t make the same mistake twice. Read on to see what he has to say about the matchup.
The Hurricanes (5-4) defeated Virginia Tech today by the score of 30-12. Read on to get CanesTime's Mike Bakas' take on Miami's defensive performance in the game.
Mike James is looking forward to playing against Virginia Tech in what he thinks is an opportune moment for this team. After showing up in stats for both passing and rushing last game against FSU, James is prepared for what is to come out of this VT defense. Read on to see what he has to say about the game this Thursday.