Ugly Bowl Win Highlights Need For Change at Virginia Tech

Ugly Bowl Win Highlights Need For Change at Virginia TechThe Hokies’ 13-10 victory over Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl may have been the school’s first bowl victory since 2009, but given how ugly that win was, it’s hard to feel proud about the team headed into the offseason. Courtesy of Both team’s defenses played up to expectations, particularly Tech’s, but...
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December 30, 2012  |  Discuss

UVA Wins Sends Virginia Tech Bowling, Even If They Don’t Deserve It

UVA Wins Sends Virginia Tech Bowling, Even If They Don’t Deserve ItThere are two types of low scoring games in college football; masterful displays of defense by two teams at the top of their game or inept battles between two teams that don’t seem too concerned with winning. Unfortunately, it was the latter that took place in the game between UVA and Virginia Tech on Saturday...
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November 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Clemson Loss is More of the Same for Hokies

Clemson Loss is More of the Same for HokiesWhen a football team loses to a hated rival 38-17, as the Hokies did to Clemson on Saturday, it’s normally time to panic. Courtesy of The Roanoke Times Instead, I feel a strange sense of calm about the whole situation. Part of it is undoubtedly the context of the season; had this loss been the team’s first defeat instead of its fourth...
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October 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Game 7: Duke Predictions

This is getting bad.  We all knew this was going to happen.  We all know it’s probably going to happen again.  Hopefully not this weekend. Hit the jump. --------------------------------------------- No one wins.  No one!  Get out of here, you’re wasting my time.  Stupid football. -------------------------------------------- Onto this week’s predictions Your...
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October 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Scrimmage Reveals Radically Different Virginia Tech Offense

Scrimmage Reveals Radically Different Virginia Tech OffenseFor the first time since January, the Virginia Tech football team put on the pads and was available to the public, as they held their first open scrimmage of the 2012 season this past weekend. As far as scrimmages go, it was a fairly revealing one. Rather than displaying the same old offense that Bryan Stinespring has created...
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August 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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