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One of the marquee matchups of the first weekend of college football is the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between defending national champion Alabama and ACC power Virginia Tech. As such, we were expecting both teams to look the part this Saturday – both on the field and in the uniform department. Depending upon your opinion of grey uniforms, Virginia Tech may not be holding up its end of the bargain.
Chris Coleman of techsideline.com got his hands on an interesting photo of Hokies senior defensive end James Gayle wearing what appears to be a grey uniform with the Chick-fil-A patch stitched on – implying that these are what Virginia Tech will be wearing tomorrow night. Check it out:
Again – nothing is confirmed here, and we’ll have to wait for official word from the school. But if this is what the Hokies are rolling with Saturday night, it’s hard not to feel underwhelmed. VT fans – what do you think?
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Virginia Tech football coach Shane Beamer tends to show just a little more emotion on the sidelines than his father. Beamer, 36, went crazy celebrating the Hokies’ first touchdown against Alabama on Saturday, a 77-yard run by Trey Edmunds. It’s understandable why Beamer, the running backs coach and associate head coach, would be excited about […]
A leaked photo of Virginia Tech defensive end James Gayle in an all-gray uniform could show what the Hokies will be wearing against Alabama in Week 1.
Virginia Tech’s running back Trey Edmunds took a handoff 76-yards right up the middle for a long touchdown during the first quarter of their matchup against Alabama. Alabama’s defense doesn’t get scored on by big plays that often, so when it happens a few fans are bound to be confused. One stood out above the rest…
Here is the run which led to the befuddled Alabama fan....
Virginia Tech’s season opener against Alabama is less than a day away. The Hokies come into the season unranked against the two-time defending national champions, who head coach Frank Beamer called the best team he has faced in his 25 years at Virginia Tech. They are 0-7 all-time against number 1 opponents, their last meeting coming in 2004 against USC. Here are some final thoughts...
This Virginia Tech Hokies assistant coach was a little overexcited after Trey Edmunds scored a 78-yard touchdown to bring the Hokies within one touchdown of the Alabama Crimson Tide. You would think that they had won the game with how he reacted to it.
Virginia Tech running back J.C. Coleman tweeted that even his professor and students think the Hokies are going to lose to Alabama.
Each time I see the phrase, “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly,” I’m reminded of a shirt that used to be a hot seller in Blacksburg, Va. The good was obviously represented by the Hokie bird. Bad sat next to West Virginia’s hideous yellow logo. All you have to do to find the ugly […]The post The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: 2013 Virginia Tech Hokies appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer went full-on facepalm during the first half of the Hokies' game against Alabama in the Georgia Dome.
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Earlier today, we got a glimpse at what Virginia Tech could be wearing on the field tomorrow for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game against No. 1 ranked Alabama. Now, we are getting a closer look at the patch that both the Hokies and Tide will be wearing on the jerseys.
Tomorrow, @VTFBEquipment and @AlabamaFTBL will wear this patch for the #CFAKickoff. @chickfilabowl pic.twitter.com/bYvDxDsmOm...
“Beamer Ball” couldn’t keep up with the Jones, and the result was a pair of dynamic kick returns that greatly aided Alabama’s season-opening 35-10 win over Virginia Tech in Atlanta. Jones scored on a 72-yard punt return, a 94-yard kickoff return, and threw in a 38-yard touchdown reception from AJ McCarron.